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Dunkin' Donuts pulls 'scarf ad'

Dunkin' Donuts canceled one of its online ads this week following complaints about a scarf worn by celebrity chef, Rachel Ray. She was featured in the spot. Critics said that Ray's scarf resembled a keffiyeh, the traditional headdress worn by Arab men, and offered symbolic support for Islamic extremism. Anchor Marco Werman looks at the controversy.

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Muslim cleric faces extradition

A radical Muslim cleric lost an appeal in Britain's high court today-- Abu Hamza now faces extradition to the US, and he's accused of helping to plan a terrorist training camp in Oregon, as The World's Matthew Bell reports.

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Today's Muslim youth

Many of today's young Arab Muslims don't look or act like their parents�they're still devout but they're redefining what it means to be Muslim, and Author Allegra Stratton writes about it in her new book, �Muhajababes,�