It is a topic the mainstream media is not eager to cover. But Rep. Peter T. King, chairman of the Committee on Homeland Security, soon will launch a third investigation of MuslimAmerican radicalization. The New York Republican conducts a hearing titled “Al Shabab: Recruitment and Radicalization within the Muslim American Community and the Threat to the Homeland” this week.
“In Minnesota, Ohio and other states, dozens of young Muslim males have been recruited, radicalized, and then taken from their communities for overseas terrorist training by al-Shabab,” Mr. King says. “In a number of cases, the men — including Somali-Americans