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- James Bamford author of "Body of Secrets,The Puzzle Palace,and "A Pretext for War."
- Richard L. CaÃ±as director, New Jersey Office of Homeland Security & Preparedness
- Kareem W. Shora national executive director, American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee
- Dina Temple-Raston FBI correspondent for NPR. Author of the forthcoming book, "The Jihad Next Door: The Lackawanna Six and Rough Justice in the Age of Terror"
- Brian Michael Jenkins senior adviser, the RAND Corporation; author of the new book, "Will Terrorists Go Nuclear?"
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