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Emotions High at Fifth Hearing on Radical Islam


LISTEN NOW!  WASHINGTON – In a packed room on Capitol Hill Wednesday, sparks flew as the House Homeland Security Committee held its fifth hearing on radical Islam. Members of the committee tried to address the problem without appearing anti-Muslim. From the beginning, critics have compared Republican chairman Rep. Peter King to former Sen. Joseph McCarthy, who sought to rout out communists within the United States during the late 1940s and 1950s. Citing poll numbers that show 63 percent of Americans approve of the hearings, King convened this one to gauge Muslim reaction. “For me this is a lifelong mission to confront the problem within my faith community that are a threat to both my country and my religion,” Zuhdi Jasser, president of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy, said. MORE

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VFNRadio – Radical Islam, Congressional Meeting
Congress homeland security is meeting to learn more and discuss radical Islam in America.  There is much conflict about this but Greg shares a God perspective as well as what was recently shared with him by John Stemberger in regards to America and Islam.


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