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Muslim American Comic Book Fan Reacts to "Holy Terror"

A new graphic novel by acclaimed artist and writer Frank Miller called “Holy Terror” was released last week. In the book, Miller places two masked vigilantes in the middle of a September Eleventh-like attack by Muslim terrorists on a major city. WDET’s Rob St. Mary spoke recently to Ahmed Michael Beydoun – a 20-year-old Wayne State University pre-med student, comic book fan and Lebanese-American Muslim about his thoughs on “Holy Terror” after reading the book.

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