Pro-Bush Muslim Groups Take Vague Positions on War

November 2001
Human Events;11/12/2001, Vol. 57 Issue 42, p3
Reveals the two major United States Muslim organizations that are leading to eliminate the al Qaeda terrorist network of Osama bin Laden and overthrow the Taliban regime in Afghanistan. U.S. President George W. Bush's response to whether American Muslims should take combat roles in the war; Statement from the Council on American-Islamic Relations in support of tracking down the perpetrators of the September 11 terrorist attack.


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