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What a terrorist acting alone says about the loyalty of U.S. Muslims

Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, was shot in the arm and leg after opening fire on police who approached him in the doorway of a bar in Linden, N.J., on Sept. 19

A WEEKEND THAT BEGAN WITH THREE bombs in New York and New Jersey, plus a knife attack at a Minnesota mall, ended with a far more encouraging sight on Monday morning: the burly figure of Ahmad Khan Rahami, huddling against the elements in the entrance vestibule of Merdie’s Tavern in Linden, N.J.

The rain came down in sheets, and Rahami was the most wanted man in America, his name chirped

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