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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning.... Giles County authorities have recovered the body of a man believed to be one of two political activists who have been missing for days
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[VO-NAT]
[ENG#2]

And President Bush gets a taste of what it's like to be a secret service agent. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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Authorities will resume their search this morning for a woman missing since last week.
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[Take FS Body found map]
This after police found the body of a missing man - believed to be the woman's friend - near her burned out home in Giles County yesterday.
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[VO-NAT]

Well known political activists 44 year old Susan Jean Daniels and 40 year old Niklan (ni-klan) Matt Jones have been missing since Wednesday. Yesterday, searchers found the body of a man authorities believe is Jones.
[SUPER=03-Giles Co./Friday;]

On Thursday, a suspicious fire burned Daniels' house on Spruce Run Road to the ground. Authorities suspect it was arson. The body was found on the property, about 500-yards away from where the house stood.
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There's no word on a cause of death. The body has been transported to the Medical Examiner's Office for an autopsy.

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Jones was last seen leaving his home to attend an annual protest in Georgia. It's an event that both he and Daniels were arrested at last year.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Fort Benning, GA;]

More than 10-thousand people gathered at the gates of Fort Benning to demand the closure of the School of Americas. It is a combat-training facility for Latin-American security personnel. The school has trained more than 60-thousand Latin Americans since its founding 60 years ago.
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[IN Q=People here are making...]

((CAROLE FERRARI/ PROTESTER: PEOPLE HERE ARE MAKING A STRONG CORRELATION BETWEEN THE SCHOOL OF THE AMERICAS AND WHAT'S GOING ON IN IRAQ AND THE TENDENCY OF AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY TO BE SO VIOLENT.))
[SUPER=01-Carole Ferrari/Protester;]
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[OUT Q=policy to be so violent.]
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[VO-NAT]

The protest will continue today -- with a solemn 'funeral' procession through Columbus, Georgia to the gates of Fort Benning.
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A new movement is beginning to capture the imagination of some American Muslims. Its goal is to introduce more moderate ideas into the Islamic faith. Kathleen Koch (coke) reports the clash of cultures has reached all the way from the streets of New York to a quiet West Virginia town.

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[IN Q=SINGLE MOTHER ASRA ]
[SUPER=01-Asra Nomani/Progressive Muslim; :21]
[SUPER=01-Ahmed Nassef/Progressive Muslim Union of North America; :51]
[SUPER=01-Omid Safi/Editor "Progressive Islam"; 1:22]
[SUPER=01-Hazem Bata/Fmr. Morgantown Islamic Ctr. Board Member; 1:43]
[SUPER=01-Kathleen Koch/Reporting;1:56]
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[OUT Q=KATHLEEN KOCH, WASHINGTON]

((SINGLE MOTHER ASRA NOMANI IS PREPARING THE POST-RAMADAN CELEBRATION AWAY FROM HER MOSQUE IN MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA. THE MUSLIM WRITER MAY BE BANNED FROM THERE BECAUSE SHE REFUSED TO ENTER THE BACK DOOR AND PRAY SEPARATELY UPSTAIRS WITH THE OTHER WOMEN. NOMANI, MONTHS EARLIER, HAD MADE A PILGRIMAGE TO MECCA. "There were no backdoors. There were no separate areas. So when I was faced with that in my mosque in Morgantown, I knew that this wasn't necessary." "Our issues have to be out there." NOMANI IS PART OF A FLEDGLING PROGRESSIVE MOVEMENT GAINING SUPPORT AMONG SOME AMERICAN MUSLIMS. A WEB SITE - MUSLIM WAKEUP.COM - SHOWCASES ITS ISSUES... A BROADER ROLE FOR WOMEN...GAY RIGHTS...MORE TOLERANCE. IN NEW YORK THIS WEEK, ADVOCATES FOUNDED THE FIRST NATIONAL ORGANIZATION DEVOTED TO LIBERAL MUSLIM GOALS. "This is an attempt to give a voice to what we believe are really millions of people around the country that have had enough, have had enough of the ultraconservatism that prevails in many muslim institutions, that feel disaffected and unwanted." ONE ISSUE, SAYS A MUSLIM WRITER, IS THAT MANY WHO REGULARLY ATTEND MOSQUE IN THE U-S ARE IMMIGRANTS WITH A MORE CONSERVATIVE VIEW OF ISLAM. "There is a level of cultural fluidity, of gender norms, that people come to expect in this society that right now do not in fact exist in the mosque spaces." THE MOSQUE IN MORGANTOWN SAYS IT'S PROGRESSIVE MUSLIMS LIKE NOMANI WHO ARE OUT OF TOUCH. "Issues like men and women praying side by side and gay rights are not going to be accepted by the mainstream anytime soon and maybe never." "There are many avenues for flexibility in many matters. But there are certain matters that have a bedrock theology that you cannot circumvent." BUT NOMANI SAYS PARTICULARLY AFTER 9/11, MODERATES MUST KEEP PUSHING FOR CHANGE. "We can't allow closed doors and closed hearts and closed minds to define our Muslim world." KATHLEEN KOCH, WASHINGTON. ))



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The shoe was on the other foot yesterday when President Bush came to the aid of one of his secret service agents...
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[SUPER=03-Santiago, Chile]

The president and first lady were making their way into a dinner for 21 world leaders in Chile when all of a sudden there was a commotion behind them. Chilean security officials had barred his bodyguards from entering. When Bush noticed what was going on, he went back to the doorway and pulled his agent inside.
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A rapper who performed in Roanoke -- and is being investigated by the police -- turned himself in to authorities in connection with a stabbing at the Vibe Music Awards show.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/November 13;]

Fans came to the Civic Center last weekend to see the rap group G-Unit, featuring David Darnell Brown, also known as "Young Buck". Roanoke Police are investigating whether he had any involvement in a fight that broke out during the concert.
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[SOT 00:00:23]
[IN Q=From what we understand]

((ROBYN SCHON:FROM WHAT WE UNDERSTAND A POLICE OFFICER WAS SHOVED BY A MEMBER OF THE BAND. WERE STILL WAITING TO SEE AN INCIDENT REPORT TO SEE HOW THE OFFICERS FOLLOWED UP WITH THAT.))
[SUPER=01-Robyn Schon/Civic Center Spokeswoman;]
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[OUT Q=officer followed up with that.]
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Schon (Shahn) says the incident will not spell doom for future rap concerts at the Civic Center.
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[SOT 00:01:48]
[IN Q=Yes, we probably would like to have]

((ROBYN SCHON:YES, WE PROBABLY WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A RAP ARTIST COME BACK TO TOWN, HOWEVER BEFORE WE DO THAT WITH ANY BAND WE'LL PROBABLY DELVE A LITTLE MORE INTO THEIR LYRICS.))
[RUNS=:09]
[OUT Q=little more into their lyrics.]
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[SUPER=03-Santa Monica, CA/Monday;]

This incident may be the least of Young Buck's worries.
After turning himself into police Friday in connection with the stabbing, he was later released on 500-thousand dollars bond.
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The Indiana Pacers were down to six healthy, eligible players in last night's loss to the Orlando Magic. Already short due to four injuries -- the Pacers' lineup was further depleted by four players because of suspensions.

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[SUPER=03-Auburn Hills, MI/Fox Sports;]


The NBA has handed down indefinite suspensions for the Pacers Ron Artest, Jermaine O'Neal, Stephen Jackson -- and the Pistons Ben Wallace for their part in Friday night's brawl at the Palace in Auburn Hills. Police are conducting a thorough investigation and hope to hand the case off to prosecutors in the next few days. Charges could be filed before Thanksgiving.
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Coming up in Health Review, Joy Sutton explains how the flu vaccine isn't the only one people should be concerned about.
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And
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What do you call a Low fat twist to a holiday classic - SWEET! See what tasty treats we have coming up in today's Weekend Diner!
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[Health-Review]


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The FDA will have to decided if it will allow a new heart pill to be targeted to African Americans.
And the flu shot may not be the only vaccine you need to consider this year.
(+++++++++)
[GRAPHIC=HEALTH REVIEW FS]


Joy Sutton has those stories and more in health review.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=For certain risk groups]
[SUPER=01-Katherine Brown/Public Health Nurse; :08]
[SUPER=01-Dr. John Schmedtje/Roanoke Heart Institute; :47]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Richard Moore/Radford University Clinics Doctor; 1:03]
[SUPER=@Joy2; 1:23]
[SUPER=01-Janet McDaniel/Radford University Clinics Director; 1:33]
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[OUT Q=that's health review]
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((For certain risks groups getting the pneumonia vaccine may be just as important as the flu shot.
[IN Q=It's about 36-thousand die from flu every year]

((IT'S ABOUT 36-THOUSAND DIE FROM THE FLU EVERY YEAR AND ABOUT 40-THOUSAND FROM PNEUMONIA SO IT'S LOOKS PRETTY COMPARABLE)) [RUNS08]
[OUT Q=pretty comparable]


The vaccine is recommend for people 65 and over, those with chronic health problems such as heart disease and diabetes, and people who have compromised immune systems.
Some people think a flu shot will protect them from pneumonia, but that is not necessarily the case, even though pneumonia can be a complication of the flu.
[TAPE#=504-12 15;26]


A heart failure medication, called BiDil could become the first drug targeted to African Americans.
Patients who used the drug in combination with traditional therapy increased their survival by 43 percent, reduced their first hospitalization by 33 percent, and improved their quality of life.
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[IN Q=We think the mechanism of heart disease]

((WE THINK THE MECHANISM OF HEART DISEASE IN AFRICAN AMERICANS MIGHT BE SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT THAN THAT IN THE CAUCASIAN POPULATION SO WE BELIEVE THIS MEDICINE MIGHT BE MORE EFFECTIVE)) [RUNS11]
[OUT Q=might be more effective]
[TAPE#=504-07 45:53]


In other news,the addition of a new doctor at the Radford University clinics will mean expanded care for patients.
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[IN Q=We're able to see patietn with problems]

((WE'RE ABLE TO SEE PATIENTS WITH PROBLEMS THAT BEFORE NEEDED TO BE REFERRED ON. AND I'M ABLE TO WRITE PRESCRIPTIONS THAT THESE OTHER PRACTITIONERS WE'RE ABLE TO PROVIDE AND I'M ABLE TO PROVIDE A CERTAIN DEPTH OF COVERAGE)) [RUNS17]
[OUT Q=depth of coverage]


Last year the clinics treated five-thousand patients who uninsured or underinsured. With Dr. Moore on board, they will now be able to care for those on Medicaid or other government programs.
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[SOT21:57:58]
[IN Q=The uninsured rate in almost all]

((THE UNINSURED RATE IN ALMOST ALL THE AREAS AROUND US RUNS AT ABOUT 20 PERCENT AND IN THE UNINSURED POPULATION HAVING ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE SERVICES IS A BIG PROBLEMS)) [RUNS15]
[OUT Q=is a big problem]


That's health review, I'm Joy Sutton.))

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To find out more on these and other local health topics. You can go to the news page on our web site and clinic on the link for local medical stories.
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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning.... Giles County authorities have recovered the body of a man they believe to be one of two missing political activists
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[ENG#2]

And rapper Young Buck's recent trouble with the law has Roanoke police wondering if he was involved in a fight here last weekend. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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Authorities will resume their search for a woman missing since last week
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[Take FS Body found map] This after police found the body of a missing man - believed to be the woman's friend - near her burned out home in Giles County yesterday.
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[VO-NAT]

Well known political activists 44 year old Susan Jean Daniels and 40 year old Niklan (ni-klan) Matt Jones have been missing since Wednesday. Yesterday, volunteer searchers found the body of a man authorities believe is Jones.
[SUPER=03-Giles Co./Friday;]

On Thursday, a suspicious fire burned Daniels' house on Spruce Run Road to the ground. Authorities suspect it was arson. The body was found on the property, about 500-yards away from where the house stood.
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There's no word on a cause of death. The body has been transported to the Medical Examiner's Office for an autopsy.

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Jones was last seen leaving his home to attend an annual protest in Georgia. It's an event that both he and Daniels were arrested at last year.
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[SUPER=03-Fort Benning, GA;]

More than 10-thousand people gathered at the gates of Fort Benning to demand the closure of the School of Americas. It is a combat-training facility for Latin-American security personnel. The school has trained more than 60-thousand Latin Americans since its founding 60 years ago.
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[IN Q=People here are making...]

((CAROLE FERRARI/ PROTESTER: PEOPLE HERE ARE MAKING A STRONG CORRELATION BETWEEN THE SCHOOL OF THE AMERICAS AND WHAT'S GOING ON IN IRAQ AND THE TENDENCY OF AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY TO BE SO VIOLENT.))
[SUPER=01-Carole Ferrari/Protester;]
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[OUT Q=policy to be so violent.]
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The protest will continue today -- with a solemn 'funeral' procession through Columbus, Georgia to the gates of Fort Benning.
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The Iraqi people are one-step closer to independence... The election commission has announced Iraq will hold national elections January 30th. Iraqis will go to the polls to choose a national assembly, which will among other things, draft a permanent constitution. The vote is seen as a major step toward building democracy after years of rule by Saddam Hussein.




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After two decades of neglect, a Roanoke mall may get a shot in the arm.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Yesterday;]

The Crossroads Mall was built in the early 60s. The decline of Crossroads began after the Valley View Mall opened it's doors. In 2001 the owners of the facility filed for bankruptcy. But, a real estate company out of Alabama hopes to breathe new life into the old building by renovating it. They plan on putting offices and new retail stores inside, as well as expanding the current Advance Auto Parts corporate office into the former Circuit City building space.
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Some kids waiting to be adopted are waiting no longer after an event this weekend. But nearly 300 kids in the Roanoke Valley are looking for a home. Jeremy Butterfield has more.
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[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]
[SUPER=01-Betty McCrary/Roanoke Co. Social Services Director; :16]
[SUPER=01-Philip Trompeter/Roanoke Co. Judge; :34]
[SUPER=19-Jeremy Butterfield/jbutterfield*wdbj7.com; :47 (very quick or hot change to:)]
[SUPER=01-David Jones/Father of Adopted Children; :55]
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[OUT Q=News 7, Salem.]

(( Saturday's Adoption Celebration at the Salem Civic Center recognized the families that have made the choice to adopt and inform those who are considering adopting a child. Organizers of the event say there is no shortage of children that need permanent homes.
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[IN Q=We have surrently 1700 children]

((BETTY MCCRARY:WE HAVE CURRENTLY 1700 CHILDREN IN VIRGINIA WHO'S GOAL IS ADOPTION. SO WE HAVE A LARGE VARIETY OF CHILDREN WHO ARE LOOKING FOR PLACEMENT.))
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[OUT Q=children who are looking for placement.]

Many children who are adopted have been living in foster care for most of their lives, something that may keep some people from considering adoption.
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[IN Q=We want to eliminate]

((PHILIP TROPETER:WE WANT TO ELIMINATE THE MYTH THAT THESE ARE CHILDREN THAT ARE SOMEHOW NOT CAPABLE OF BEING ADOPTED AND THEY ARE AND THEY DO WELL AND THEY WANT A PERMANENT HOME.))
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[OUT Q=do well and they want a perminate home.]



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[SOT 10:54:41]
[IN Q=Not only was this a day for]

((JEREMY BUTTERFIELD:NOT ONLY WAS THIS A DAY FOR PARENTS WITH ADOPTED CHILDREN TO COME OUT AND SUPPORT ONE ANOTHER, SEVEN FAMILIES IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY MADE THEIR ADOPTIONS FINAL.))
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[OUT Q=made their adoptions final today.]


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[IN Q=It's wonderfull to know that]

((DAVID JONES:IT'S WONDERFUL TO KNOW THAT THE CHILDREN ARE THERE WITH US AND IT'S LOCKED THEM IN TO OUR HOME AND THEY HAVE A PLACE TO CALL HOME THEY CAN GROW UP AND STAY AS LONG AS THEY WANT.))
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[OUT Q=stay as long as they want.]

David Jones added two more children to his family Saturday. He has now adopted five children. Six other couples also welcomed new additions to their families.
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[SOT 10:32:35]
[IN Q=Every child deserves to have]

((PHILIP TROMPETER:EVERY CHILD DESERVES TO HAVE A LOVING AND PERMANENT AND SAFE HOME WITH PEOPLE WHO THEY THINK HUNG THE MOON.))
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[OUT Q=who they think hung the moon.]

Organizers hope the celebration will help other foster children in our area find permanent and loving homes. Jeremy Butterfield, News 7, Salem.))

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Officials working with the homeless in the Roanoke Valley say they need more help now than they ever have -- especially with cold weather fast approaching.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

There are more than 400-homeless people living in Roanoke. Families and individuals living on the street will be looking for help as the cold weather approaches.
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[SOT 10:09:34]
[IN Q=The cold weather brings]

((DAREN GUNTER:THE COLD WEATHER BRINGS THE THREAT OF HYPOTHERMIA AND FROST BITE FOR PEOPLE WHO LIVE ON THE STREET. SO FOR PEOPLE WHO LIVE ON THE STREET AND ARE CHRONICALLY HOMELESS THERE IS A THREAT OF THE ELEMENTS.))
[SUPER=01-Daren Gunter/TRUST House Director;]
[RUNS=:13]
[OUT Q=there is a threat of the elements.]
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The TRUST home in Roanoke is one of seven homeless shelters in the area. Gunter says the winter months will make it hard to find enough room, food, and clothing for their residents. He says they are always looking for volunteers and donations, and are asking for supplies, especially winter jackets.


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Coming up - the holidays are fast approaching and senoir citizens throughout the Roanoke Valley are in need.
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and
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a wave of violence in the Netherlands leaves several people dead -- and many others blaming religion for the fallout.
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A popular Dutch lawmaker says the Netherlands' democracy is under attack -- and is calling for a five year halt to non-western immigration. It all comes in the wake of the killing of a Dutch filmaker by a suspected Muslim radical. Tom Fenton has more on the violence spreading through one of Europes most progressive countries.
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((NARR: A wave of religious inspired violence is sweeping a nation long renowned for its liberalism and tolerance.In the past few weeks, there have been over twenty attacks and reprisals on mosques, Christian churches and Islamic schools.

(pix Theo directing)evn

The outbreak was sparked by the murder of filmaker Theo Van Gogh who was shot and stabbed to death by a suspected Muslim extremist. A note skewered to his body threatened a holy war against Holland, Europe and the United States.

(film "Submission" extract) EVN

His last film, which accused Islam of promoting violence against women, provoked outrage among the country's large muslim community.

(pix police at shoot-out) EVN

Police have arrested a Dutch Moroccan, Mohammed Bouyeri, and believe he has links to several international terror organisations.

(huge crowd at night for theo and crying people)enex

Tens of thousands turned out to mourn Van Gogh. His death and the attacks that followed have provoked much soul-searching among the Dutch. Many now feel uneasy about sharing their homeland with a minority that they believe does not share their values.
file tape A recent poll showed that 40 per cent of the population hoped the country's EVN one million Muslims would "no longer feel at home" there.

(sot Jan Maarten Slagter, Dutch journalist - "Het Financieele

Dagblad")CBS 011831 I think we'll have quite a difficult time in the next few months, and maybe years. 1840 In the long run i'm positive. I do think in a tolerant and open and democratic society that race relations in the end will be good.

(tv show/more arson)EVN

But another tv poll this week voted a rabidly anti-immigration politician,Pim Fortuyn, who was murdered two years ago, the greatest Dutchman of all times .....ahead of the painters Rembrandt, Van Gogh and even Anne Frank. ENEX He wooed voters with the campaign slogan "Holland is full". EVN A growing number of the Dutch seem to agree. Tom Fenton, CBS News, London))

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The Indiana Pacers were down to six healthy, eligible players in last night's loss to the Orlando Magic. Already short due to injuries to four injuries -- the Pacers' lineup was further depleted by four players because of suspensions.
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The NBA has handed down indefinite suspensions for the Pacers Ron Artest, Jermaine O'Neal, Stephen Jackson -- and the Pistons Ben Wallace for their part in Friday night's brawl at the Palace in Auburn Hills. Police are conducting a thorough investigation and hope to hand the case off to prosecutors in the next few days and charges could be filed before Thanksgiving.
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Now here's Travis Wells with a look at sports. [WIPE WIPE WIPE]