Even the Mus­lim ma­jor­ity states in ques­tion un­der­stand the re­li­gious com­po­nent of ter­ror­ism as a mo­ti­va­tor, re­cruit­ing tool and strate­gic road map. They are threat­ened by Is­lamic ex­trem­ism even more than the United States and have no prob­lem de­scrib­ing th

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ques­tion un­der­stand the re­li­gious com­po­nent of ter­ror­ism as a mo­ti­va­tor, re­cruit­ing tool and strate­gic road map. They are threat­ened by Is­lamic ex­trem­ism even more than the United States and have no prob­lem de­scrib­ing the be haz­ardous to one’s ca­reer. Analy­ses of the ex­trem­ist Mus­lim threat will be in­creas­ingly deleted from brief­ing pa­pers, as­sess­ments and plan­ning doc­u­ments. Those who con­tinue to spread the alarm will be marginal­ized and ig­nored. Such

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