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G-Men, as well as other federal agencies, flocked to Kingsborough Community College in Manhattan Beach on May 14 to reach out to more than 300 young Muslims from all five boroughs during the first-ever FBI Muslim Youth Conference.
But the feds started a dialogue with children growing up in a suspicion-filled post 9-11 world focused on eradicating Islamic extremism in an odd way: one hand was opened in friendship while the other was waving kids over to tables filled with bombs and rocket launchers.
But organizers say the equipment — which included a helicopter — were just show-and-tel
“I put on a bulletproof vest and got to hold a battering ram, it was really interesting,” said 13-year-old Waleed Ahmed. “I can see myself becoming an FBI agent.”