JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) -- The chanting crowd at the radical
Muslim protest in Indonesia stood out for its normalcy: smartly dressed
businessmen, engineers, lawyers, smiling mothers, scampering children.
a time when al-Qaida seems to be faltering, the recruitment of such an
educated, somewhat mainstream following is raising fears that Hizbut
Tahrir, an enigmatic global movement, could prove more effective at
radicalizing the Islamic world than outright terrorist groups.
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