Gangs and terrorist: dangerous classmates in Minnesota’s Somali community
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Morning television programs are suddenly interrupted across the world as pictures of frightened people running panicked through downtown city streets fill the airwaves. In the background, smoke and flames billow from a towering icon of the cityscape. Panic grips the US as security goes on high alert across the nation, bringing a virtual standstill to transportation and commerce. The Commodities Exchange closes during the middle of the day sending shockwaves through the global financial establishment.
Brown, C. (2011). Gangs and terrorist: dangerous classmates in Minnesota’s Somali community. Journal of Terrorism Research, 2(1), pp. 78-80.
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