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- suffix A specified condition of the head: microcephaly.
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Charles Kurzman's new study recently showed that in over 40 percent of documented U.S. domestic terrorism cases, the largest single source of voluntary tips to law enforcement officials came from the American Muslim community.
As Charles Kurzman's recent research pointed out, from 2001 to 2010, the total number of Muslim-American terrorism suspects and perpetrators rests at a remarkably underwhelming 161 individuals or 0.00006 percent.
Kurzman's answer is that Al Qaeda and its violent kin have failed so dismally simply because they have been unable to attract large numbers of recruits to their cause.
While Kurzman's book is a contribution to the study of Al Qaeda and Islamism, it is a highly selective one.
In fact, Kurzman's new book, published this July, is entitled
In 2008, Whitehurst, the chemist and former FBI agent, substantiated Kurzman's findings in an article in the Texas Tech Law
Indeed, recent research has confirmed Kurzman's findings.