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All-American Al-Qaeda

By Peter Bergen

Feb. 16, 2016

An excerpt from Peter Bergen’s new book, United States of Jihad, explores the story of one young man who became radicalized in America—and w

All-American Al-Qaeda

An excerpt from Peter Bergen’s new book, United States of Jihad, explores the story of one young man who became radicalized in America—and w


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