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Washington Post: Fourteen years ago, he was a convicted jihadist. Now he’s fighting radical Islam steps from the White House

Un yihadista redimido en el corazón de Washington

U.S. Muslims try to undo damage to reputation

AP Video: Former Holy Warrior Finds Peace After Prison 

Mad Mamluks Podcast: The First American Jihadi

This man spent 14 years in prison with convicted terrorists. Now he’s fighting extremism

Sanders opens new front in church-state wars

Video: University of Southern California: Conversation with Ismail Royer

Showtime Documentary: American Jihad

National Geographic Documentary: Virginia Jihad Trial

St. Louis man indicted in Kashmir conspiracy

Feds charge 11 men with conspiracy in overseas jihad

Va. ‘Jihad’ Suspects: 11 Men, Two Views

Ex-St. Louisan Caught in Post 9/11 Net

Beyond Guantánamo, a Web of Prisons for Terrorism Inmates

ACLU sues over limits on Muslim prayers in prison

Hardball Tactics in an Era of Threats

Islam set direction of area man’s life

High Profile Muslim Inmates Quietly Sent to Special Indiana Unit

Facility Holding Terrorism Inmates Limits Communication

Judge: Government Lawyers Committed “Egregious Misconduct”

BOP Ordered to Pay Prisoner’s Attorneys $41,703 for Discovery Abuses

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