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US lawmaker sets second Muslim radicals hearing
A key US House of Representatives committee next week will hold the second in a controversial series of hearings on Muslim radicalization in the United States, the panel's chairman announced Thursday.
House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Peter King, a Republican whose first session on the issue in March drew angry charges he was carrying out a religiously-based witch hunt, said the new hearing would take place June 15.
"At this hearing, we will look specifically at the extent of the dangerous problem of radicalization in US prisons," King said in a statement.
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