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{{Quote|November 2011|A newly released survey suggests a large number of Muslims living in Canada will not disown Al-Qaida.
The study,<ref name="MLI study">{{Cite web|url= http://www.macdonaldlaurier.ca/mlifiles/pdf/What-studyDo-onMuslim-theCanadians-opinionsWant-andNovember-values1-of-canadian-muslims-makes-waves/2011.pdf|title= MLI Study On What Do Muslim Canadians Want? The Opinions And Values Of Canadian Muslims Makes WavesClash of Interpretations and Opinion Research|publisher= The Macdonald-Laurier Institute|author= Christian Leuprecht, Conrad Winn|date= November 8, 2011|archiveurl= http://www.webcitation.org/query?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.macdonaldlaurier.ca%2Fmli2Ffiles%2Fpdf%2FWhat-studyDo-onMuslim-theCanadians-opinionsWant-andNovember-values1-of-canadian-muslims-makes-waves%2F2011.pdf&date=2015-02-1415|deadurl=no}}</ref>, conducted by the MacDonald Laurier Institute in 2011, found 65% of Muslims questioned said they would “repudiate absolutely” the terrorist organization, while '''35% would not do so'''.
“From a security perspective, it is difficult to know if a 65% rate of repudiation (of Al-Qaida) is re-assuring or a 35% failure to repudiate troubling,” wrote study authors Christian Leuprecht, associate professor of the Royal Military College of Canada and Conrad Winn, Carleton University professor and president of COMPAS, a public opinion research firm.<BR>. . .<BR>
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