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In a Morrocco Town, a Cradle for Killers

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In a Morrocco Town, a Cradle for Killers

In a Morrocco Town, a Cradle for Killers

In a Morrocco Town, a Cradle for Killers

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In a recent New York Times Magazine cover story, reporter Andrea Elliott explained how the small Moroccan neighborhood of Jamaa Mezuak has bred terrorists responsible for a number of recent high-profile attacks. Some were involved in the Madrid train bombings; some went to Iraq. Elliott won a Pulitzer Prize this year for her series An Imam in America.

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