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Bin Laden Is Dead, But Jihadism Lives On

  • Aired: 05/06/2011
  • 07:55
  • Rating: NR
Alison Stewart speaks with Princeton Professor Bernard Haykel who believes that al Qaedas jihadism is far from over despite the so called Arab Spring because he says al Qaeda responds and gives voice to a profound sense of humiliation and injustice felt by some in the Arab world
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