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Muslim Reaction to Schoolgirl Abductions Debatedi
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Pamela Dockins
May 17, 2014 12:48 AM
The faces of these young girls held captive by Islamist militants have fueled anger and shock around the world and raised questions about why more Muslim leaders have not come forward in their defense. VOA's Pam Dockins reports.

Muslim Reaction to Schoolgirl Abductions Debated

Pamela Dockins

Published May 16, 2014

The faces of these young girls held captive by Islamist militants have fueled anger and shock around the world and raised questions about why more Muslim leaders have not come forward in their defense. VOA's Pam Dockins reports.


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