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PBS NEWSHOUR

French Cartoons, Anti-Islam Film to Provoke Hard-Liners

  • Aired: 09/21/2012
  • 08:47
  • Rating: E
Muslims have reacted violently to French cartoons and a film from the U.S. that crudely portray the Prophet Muhammad. Jeff Brown talks to University of Maryland's Shibley Telhami and Washington State University's Lawrence Pintak who say these statements from the West are being seized by Muslims for their own goals.
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