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Libyan Salafists Hope to Assert Power in Embassy Attacks

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Published on Sep 12, 2012

For more coverage: http://to.pbs.org/OraLbR
Since Libya established a secular democracy, conservative Muslims in Libya known as Salafists have felt disenfranchised. Gwen Ifil speaks to RAND Corporation's Frederic Wehrey, a former military attache in Libya, and journalist Robin Wright about the link between Salafi Muslims and the latest attacks in the Middle East.

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