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Literature of 9/11 college class accused of being 'sympathetic towards terrorism'

Literature of 9/11 college class accused of being 'sympathetic towards terrorism'

A student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has raised concerns about the school's Literature of 9/11 seminar course, claiming the required readings for the class are "sympathetic towards terrorism." Alec Dent, a freshman journalism major at UNC, hasn't taken the class or read any of the books on the syllabus, but said he's concerned that the class isn't "fair and balanced," reports WRAL-TV. "The more research I did into it, the more it seemed like the readings were sympathetic towards terrorism," Dent said. The class, taught by UNC associate professor Neel Ahuja, requires students to read books including Mohsin...

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