As radical recruiters again zero in on Minnesota's East African community, leaders search for answers
Minnesota arrests leave local Somali leaders searching for answers.
Nationwide, more than 40 people have been charged with providing support to terrorist groups in Syria.
Almost a quarter of them are from one place: Minnesota.
Local Somali leaders and others who study radicalization are questioning why the state again finds itself the focus of recruitment efforts and federal prosecutions — years after more than two dozen Minnesotans left to join the Somalia-based militant group Al-Shabab.
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