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Muslims Combating Extremism

U.S. Muslims are engaged in an effort to combat extremism within their own communities, especially among their young people. In a 2010 Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly video report, reporter Kim Lawton explored the efforts of the American Muslim community to fight extremist messages online, correct the impression among non-Muslim Americans that radicalization is being taught in U.S. mosques and offer engaging alternative visions of what it means to be Muslim for impressionable young Muslims. Watch the eight-minute report.

 

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