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U.S. officials want deradicalization advice from Hussein Hamdani
The Canadian government might not want him anymore, but the department of Homeland Security still wants to hear what Hussein Hamdani has to say about deradicalization.
The Hamilton lawyer was suspended as an adviser on Muslim issues and security for the federal government earlier this month. But now, officials from the U.S. Department of Justice and the Department of National Security have invited him to speak at a conference on fighting violent extremism.
So in July, Hamdani will be heading to Washington, DC to advise government officials at the local, state and federal levels – even though he's been suspended from doing so in his own country.
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