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Is it poverty? Is it ignorance? Is it a combination of both? No, says a senior State Department advisor and Georgetown University professor Haroon Ullah who has spent time in actual hostile, predominantly Muslim, nations such as Pakistan. You can see by simple observation that poverty and ignorance can happen in all nations, not just those of high Islamic populations, so there must be something more to the issue than those simple assessments. Not to mention the number of well educated terrorist leaders who come from very wealthy backgrounds. As the video will show, the toxic mix of chaos, corruption and empty promises from revolutionary groups might just trump any claims of this being an issue of poverty or education.

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