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Only one in 25 British Muslims believe Al Qaeda carried out 9/11 terror attack and believe 'wild and outlandish conspiracy theories' - but 93 per cent say they love the UK

MailOnline Friday, 2 December 2016
Only one in 25 British Muslims believe Al Qaeda carried out 9/11 terror attack and believe 'wild and outlandish conspiracy theories' - but 93 per cent say they love the UKA survey of more than 3,000 Muslims found 96 per cent did not believe Osama Bin Laden’s terror group carried out the atrocity.
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