Colorado years shaped Islamic militant’s view of U.S. and could shape Egypt’s future

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(RNS) Is the jazz standard “Baby It’s Cold Outside” a heart-warming ode to winter romance or the worst example of American hedonism? After hearing the song at a Colorado church dance in the 1940s, Egyptian exchange student Sayyid Qutb viewed the song as a moral indictment of the West — views that some say could […]

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