A report presented by leaders of 9/11 Commission concludes that there is no 'profile' anymore for militant Muslim recruits.
Published 09:59 11.09.10
Nine years after the September 11 attacks, the United States faces a growing threat from home-grown insurgents and an "Americanization" of Al-Qaida leadership, according to a report released on Friday.
Former heads of the 9/11 Commission that studied the 2001 attacks on New York and Washington presented the 43-page study, describing it as a wake-up call about the radicalization of Muslims in the United States and the changing strategy of Al-Qaida and its allies.
"The threat that the U.S. is facing is different than it was nine years ago," said the report, released by the Washington-based Bipartisan Policy Center.
"The U.S. is arguably now little different from Europe in terms of having a domestic terrorist problem invo
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