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President Bush yesterday challenged Muslim leaders to do more in denouncing Islamist terrorism and also announced that he will name a special envoy to the world's diplomatic body of Muslim states.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE / 4:50 p.m. President Bush challenged Muslim leaders to do more in denouncing Islamic terrorists during a speech today at the same Washington, D.C., mosque in which he said, six days after the September 11 attacks, that Islam is peace.
Imam Mohammed Magid, who leads the All Dulles Area Muslim Society, one of the largest mosques in Northern Virginia, said the president"s speech made clear that a moderate voice needs to be louder.
Mr. Magid said moderate Muslims are not given the same access to media that is given to terrorist leaders such as Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden.