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  • On the issues: Terrorism and Trump’s Muslim ban

    CBS Boston - 03/01/2016

    But to Professor Max Abrahms of Northeastern University, a terrorism expert and an active member of the Council on Foreign Relations, that sort of Muslim-bashing “is the surest way, ironically, to radicalize them. I’m very worried that Trump’s rhetoric which is, in a sense, anti-Muslim, will be counter-productive by basically radicalizing our Muslim allies at home.”

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