Since the September 11, 2001 attacks, authorities have worried that Muslims living in the United States might become radicalized and engage in terrorism on home soil. Recently, the group known as the "Islamic State" urged sympathizers to kill people it named on a hit list of U.S. military personnel. But a study by several universities in North Carolina found that American Muslims on the whole have been unmoved by such appeals. VOA religion correspondent Jerome Socolovsky reports from Raleigh, North Carolina.
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