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Police meeting with Muslim leaders to identify potential radicals
Hamilton police have met with local Muslim leaders to seek help identifying potential radicals in their communities and will meet with them again in April.
It's a move that comes amid fears of growing ISIS recruitment in Canadian cities, and the death of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo.
Hamilton Police Service has met with executive directors of local mosques to "discuss any issues or concerns," said Chief Glenn De Caire on Thursday.
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