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John Rothmann: “The Rise of Radical Islam”

There’s little argument that the Nazi party’s actions before and during the Second World War had repercussions we still feel today.  The authors of the new book, “Icon of Evil: Hitler’s Mufti and the Rise of Radical Islam” tell the story of how the party also targeted the Middle East. WFIU’s Adam Schwartz spoke with one of the authors.

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WFIU Arts and Culture Producer, Editor "Directions in Sound"

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