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Journalist Lawrence Wright sits with several of the people he interviewed for The Looming Tower, his history of al-Qaeda. Photo courtesy of Lawrence Wright hide caption

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Journalist Lawrence Wright's 'Trip To Al-Qaeda'

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Recently, people have invoked sensitivities to oppose the building of an Islamic center near ground zero (above) and to urge Glenn Beck to move his rally at the Lincoln Memorial — which took place on the 47th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech. Seth Wenig/AP Photo hide caption

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Maybe We All Need Some 'Sensitivity' Training

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