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9-11 Commission Addresses U.S.-Muslim Relations

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9-11 Commission Addresses U.S.-Muslim Relations

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9-11 Commission Addresses U.S.-Muslim Relations

9-11 Commission Addresses U.S.-Muslim Relations

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At a national commission investigating the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, suggestions on how to improve the U.S.'s reputation in the Muslim world permeated testimony this week. Some say U.S. officials must make a better effort to appear on multiple newspapers and networks in Muslim countries, not just Al- Jazeera. Hear Mahmoun Fandy, who testified before the commission.

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