Nov 15, 2015

Dems Debate: Is It ‘Jihadi Extreme Terrorism’ or ‘Radical Jihadis’? | PJ Tatler

The three candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination had different ideas at Saturday night's Iowa debate about what to call terrorists -- but they wanted to leave 'Islamist' out of any descriptor.The CBS event began with a moment of silence for those killed in the Paris attacks, and the previously scheduled domestic policy debate began with national security policy.All Americans 'are...

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