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Muslim Leader, Huckabee Disagree With Rep. McDermott's Criticism of 'Faces of Global Terror' Ad
by Tyler O'Neil
Former Arkansas Governor and Presidential Candidate Mike Huckabee and Muslim leader M. Zuhdi Jasser strongly disagreed with Rep. Jim McDermott (D-Wash.) for claiming an FBI ad "promotes stereotypes and ignores other forms of extremism."
McDermott claimed the "Faces of Global Terrorism" ad, depicting 16 of the 32 men on the FBI's most wanted terror list, portrayed fugitives "from only one ethnic or religious group."
"The FBI's 'Most Wanted Terrorists List' includes individuals of other races and associated with other religions and causes, but their faces are missing from this campaign," he wrote in a letter to FBI Director Robert Mueller Wednesday.
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