Evidence continues to come light to suggesting that the dozen or so young Somali-Americans initially reported as having left the United States last year to train in terrorism and guerrilla warfare in Somalia represent only the tip of a potentially dangerous iceberg.  And, like the captain of the R.M.S. Titanic, who failed to appreciate the dimensions of an impending menace and misread the murky waters through which his vessel sailed, the United States today appears to be in the same boat in terms of understanding this new threat to homeland security. 

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