Last week, the House Homeland Security Committee, chaired by Representative Peter King, held a controversial session on the radicalization of Muslims. The Committee has been investigating radical American Muslims after several attacks were linked to Muslims, such as the attempted bombing in Times Square last year. Much of the session included stories of American Muslims who have been loyal American citizens, such as Mohammad Salman Hamdani, who was killed trying to help others on September 11, 2001. Others told stories of American children who were recruited by al-Qaeda, turned radical, and left America to fight for al-Qaeda. Several critics of the hearing accuse the Committee’s leaders of bigotry, claiming the hearing was discriminatory. What do you think?