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24 Oct 2012

A Moderating Mosque

In 2004, the Boston Globe printed an editorial by its editors claiming that once built, the extremist-led Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center mosque would be a moderating influence on Boston’s Muslim and a part of “the family of forward-looking religious institutions in Boston. In reality, APT’s extensive investigation shows

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24 Oct 2012

Islamic Extremism at Northeastern University

Based on several months of research, this section describes a culture of extremism residing at Northeastern’s officially sanctioned and financially supported Muslim student group, the Islamic Society of Northeastern University (ISNU). The campus group has received thousands of dollars in funding from Boston’s Roxbury mega-mosque run by the Muslim American

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24 Oct 2012

Guantanamo Bay State

In 2010, the Newton, MA town government voted to extend a welcome to a terrorist imprisoned at Guantanamo and due for imminent release. The high recidivism rate of Guantanamo prisoners that have been released is well known. One of the ringleaders of the attack on America’s Benghazi embassy was a

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24 Oct 2012

Sudbury to Mumbai

This section focuses on the arrest and conviction of Tarek Mehanna, a Sudbury, Massachusetts resident on terrorist charges. Our research offers a glimpse into a loosely-coordinated web of radical Islamic individuals and organizations based in New England with ties to Islamic terrorist groups overseas. This web is responsible for the

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24 Oct 2012

Losing Our Sons

A searing true story from America’s heartland, Losing Our Sons tells of two American families whose lives intersected through a shattering act of violence – the first Al Qaeda murder on American soil since 9/11. Melvin Bledsoe, a small business owner in Memphis, watched with pride as his son Carlos

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