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Local Muslim group reacts to the death of bin Laden

The local Muslim community is reacting to the death of Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden.

They tell FOX19 that they are glad that he is no longer a threat to America.

"Bin Laden has never represented Muslims or Islam in the eyes of Muslims, and al Qaeda has never represented Muslims themselves," says Executive Director of CAIR- Cincinnati Chapter Karen Daboub. "In fact they've killed a lot more Muslims that a lot of other people; thousands of Muslims."

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