Are Muslim Diaspora in the U.S. Vulnerable to Islamic Extremism? Four Terrorist Case Studies, Boston Bombers Tsarnaev, Analysis of Role of Governance, Economics, Religion, U.S. Homeland Involvement

Recent actions in Europe have highlighted the ability of Muslim diasporas to conduct terrorist attacks against their adopted homeland. With an estimated 2.6 million Muslim diaspora in the United States and millions more seeking refuge from current conflicts, there is concern with Islamic extremists utilizing diaspora to conduct future attacks on the United States homeland. More

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