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The FBI’s anticipatory prosecution of Muslims to criminalize speech
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by Glenn Greenwald

US-born Hamid Hayat was sentenced to 45 years in prison for allegedly attending a terrorist training camp when he was 19.




Documents Reveal FBI Spied On Peaceful Muslims
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By Josh Israel

Newly released FBI documents obtained by theAmerican Civil Liberties Union, suggest that the bureau illegally spied on the religious practices of Muslim Americans, under the guise of community outreach.




Why America Must Unequivocally Support the People’s Struggle for Liberty and Justice in the Middle-East
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“I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”




New Alabama Governor: Only Christians Are My Brothers And Sisters
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Speaking on Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the very church where Dr. King once pastored, new Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley gave a speech in which he said that those who have not accepted Jesus Christ as their savior are not his “brothers.”




“Plot by Muslims to kill Pope’ another Islamophobic ploy
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The situation is just as bad or even worse in America as recent events revealed. The hysteria and outpouring of hate for Islam and Muslims had never been more evident than by the incidence of Qur’an burning and the debacle over the building of a Muslim community center near Ground Zero.




Jim Luce: US to Muslims: Please Sit at the Back of the Bus
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Islamophobia is growing in the United States. Hate graffiti is now discoloring my own building here in New York City — calling for the Holy Quran to be burned. The publicity-hungry Terry Jones in Gainesville could be discounted if he did not have his finger on the pulse of America.




Michael Gould-Wartofsky: A New York Teen Speaks Out, September 2001
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In a time like this, after a month of moments of silence for the 5,000, we have to speak respectfully, and we have to speak humbly. But we have to speak, because we need a new way out of this darkness surrounding us.