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May 05, 2012


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Since he mentioned it started out in his college days, I have to ask, was he radicalized in the mosque or the lecture room in college. I know the jihadists from the mosques have spilled a lot more blood, but I wonder who does more damage in the long run, the haters in western colleges or in the mosques.


Interesting he said he was recruited to be a spy while in San Diego. I have long wondered whether the USG thought of him as a mole and that's why he was invited to the Pentagon and allowed to leave the country after 9/11, etc.

Interesting also that he doesn't mention his interaction with the west coast 9/11 hijackers or al-Timimi.

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