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Adrian spent 15 years in the U.S. and now...
If these were one-off stories, you would put it in the Timothy McVeigh category. But it's everyday and not just in the U.S. It's time for Muslims to publicly repudiate their extreme brethren... in Arabic as well as English... at the mosques as well as the press conferences. Otherwise, relationships can only become grim between the Muslim community and the rest of the 300 million in the U.S.
That would be unfortunate because, by and large, the Muslim community simply wants to live decent, productive lives. But a drop of ink can stain a lot of water. Standing by silently in hopes of avoiding conflict is not an option in the long run.