CNN News Special – Domestic terror: Are we doing enough to combat the threat from within?

(CNN) — Americans watched this week as U.S. interests abroad became targets of Muslims enraged over a film mocking their religion. It was a storyline featuring familiar characters in the so-called war on terror, but some experts say the narrative may be overplayed.

Though radical Islam and Western interests are commonly the primary subjects of stateside conversation when it comes to terror, domestic terrorists pose significant threats to the homeland, experts say, and the U.S. needs to do more to safeguard itself from the threat within.

A handful of recent events — including the deadly rampages at aSikh temple in Wisconsin and an Aurora, Colorado, theater — have left communities in grief and raised additional questions about whether we’re paying enough attention to domestic terrorism following the September 11, 2001 attacks.

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