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Pro-Muslim Subway Ads to Hang Near Anti-Jihad Ads
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Posted in New York Times on 5 October 2012
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Updated, 6:47 p.m. | Striking back against an anti-jihad advertisement in the subways widely perceived as anti-Muslim, two religious groups – one Jewish, one Christian – are taking out subway ads of their own to urge tolerance.

After a Struggle, Mosque Opens in Tennessee
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Posted in New York Times on 13 August 2012
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MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — The worshipers bowed low, their heads touching the freshly laid carpet, as the new mosque filled with echoes of exultation.

Jimmy Carter: A Cruel and Unusual Record
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Posted in New York Times on 27 June 2012
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Revelations that top officials are targeting people to be assassinated abroad, including American citizens, are only the most recent, disturbing proof of how far our nation’s violation of human rights has extended.

Iraqi Immigrants in California Town Fear a Hate Crime in a Woman’s Killing
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Posted in New York Times on 28 March 2012
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EL CAJON, Calif. — Shaima Alawadi’s family says they found the first note taped to the front door of their house on a quiet suburban street here. It said: “This is my country. Go back to yours, terrorist,” according to her 15-year-old son, Mohammed.

Uncle Sam Is No Imam
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Posted in New York Times on 23 February 2012
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TWO years ago, John O. Brennan, President Obama’s top adviser on counterterrorism, spoke to members of a Muslim student group in a packed auditorium at the law school where I teach, offering his audience the White House’s position about what jihad does and does not mean.

General Withdraws From West Point Talk
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Posted in New York Times on 31 January 2012
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Plans for a talk at West Point by a retired general known for his harshly anti-Muslim remarks were abruptly canceled on Monday after a growing list of liberal veterans’ groups, civil liberties advocates and Muslim organizations called on the Military Academy to rescind the invitation.

In Police Training, a Dark Film on U.S. Muslims
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Posted in New York Times on 25 January 2012
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Ominous music plays as images appear on the screen: Muslim terrorists shoot Christians in the head, car bombs explode, executed children lie covered by sheets and a doctored photograph shows an Islamic flag flying over the White House.

Obscuring a Muslim Name, and an American’s Sacrifice
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Posted in New York Times on 3 January 2012
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He was buried after the Sept. 11 attacks with full honors from theNew York Police Department, and proclaimed a hero by the city’s police commissioner. He is cited by name in the Patriot Act as an example of Muslim-American valor.

Muslims Targeted in Four Attacks in Queens With Homemade Firebombs
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Posted in New York Times on 2 January 2012
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By ELIZABETH A. HARRIS (NYTimes)

A wave of arson attacks spread across eastern Queens on Sunday night, and the police said the firebombings were being investigated as bias crimes — with Muslims as the targets.

NYT: In Islamic Law, Gingrich Sees a Mortal Threat to U.S.
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Posted in New York Times on 22 December 2011
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WASHINGTON — Long before he announced his presidential run this year, Newt Gingrich had become the most prominent American politician to embrace an alarming premise: that Shariah, or Islamic law, poses a threat to the United States as grave as or graver than terrorism.