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One Year After bin Laden's Death, Threat Remains

by AP posted May 1 2012 9:25AM



<VIDEO> WASHINGTON (AP) - A new poll shows that Muslim majorities across five major countries have little good to say about al-Qaida one year after American commandos killed the terror group's leader.
 
Most of the views expressed by Muslims in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and Pakistan were overwhelmingly negative in the poll conducted as part of the Pew Research Center's Global Attitudes Project, which was released Monday. 
 
The organization cautioned that findings in Pakistan, where U.S. Navy SEALs killed Osama bin Laden on May 1, 2011, did not include responses from areas holding 18 percent of the population; these districts were considered too dangerous for pollsters to operate.
 
     
 
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05/01/2012 9:25AM
One Year After bin Laden's Death, Threat Remains
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