Mueller confirms stateside Al Qaida cells

May 2008
Geo-Strategy Direct;5/7/2008, p3
This article reports on the discovery of small groups of Al Qaida terrorists in the U.S. by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in 2008. Robert Mueller, director of the FBI, confirmed the discovery of the terrorist groups. He defended the Muslim outreach program of the FBI that critics say have put the bureau in a role of providing legitimacy to Muslim groups that support overseas extremists.


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