What Muslims Are Hearing and How They're Reacting

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Osama bin Laden and his al Qaeda network are appealing to Muslims all over the world that Islam itself is under attack by the US, and that Americans and all things American should be destroyed. Their messages have been rebroadcast all over the planet. Meanwhile, foreign ministers from 56 Muslim countries are meeting in Doha, Qatar to consider events in Afghanistan. We look at the use of the media as a tool of 21st century warfare, get an update on the summit, and consider the impact of bin Laden's messages on Muslims from around the world and in the United States.
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Warren Olney