Books by Dina Temple-Raston
NPR stories about Dina Temple-Raston
Five years ago, Mukhtar al-Bakri was arrested in Bahrain on his wedding night. Days later, his friends were arrested in Lackawanna, N.Y. How did six Muslim-American teenagers end up in an al-Qaida training camp? Dina Temple-Raston discusses her book, The Jihad Next Door.
Five years after the arrest of six young men from Lackawanna, N.Y., questions remain about whether the so-called "homegrown terrorists" are as dangerous as authorities initially suggested. A book by NPR's Dina Temple-Raston explores the subject.
Eleven years ago in Rwanda, Hutus began killing their tribal rivals the Tutsis. Over 100 days more than 800,000 people were massacred, including many Hutu moderates. How are Rwandans seeking justice and moving on from those traumatic experiences? And how have the media instigators of the violence been held accountable?