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New York Post, Daily News Defend NYPD’s Surveillance Of Muslims As New York Times Remains Silent
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NEW YORK — Bob McManus, editorial page editor of the New York Post, blastedthe Associated Press on Tuesday, suggesting that the news organization cares more about winning a Pulitzer Prize than the threat of terrorism.




Bloomberg Fail: NY Mayor Defends Racial Profiling of and Spying on American Muslims
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Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire mayor of New York, was questioned yesterday about this unethical practice; he defended it using the typical, disgusting, and morally repugnant justifications that have become so commonplace in our national discourse thanks to the War on of Terror.




Kelly on his department’s relationship with Muslims; a Muslim professor on his protest T-shirt
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Earlier that morning, NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly spoke to Fox 5 New York, acknowledging some of the criticism but saying it doesn’t reflect the relationship his department has with Muslim residents.




NYC mayor doesn’t address Muslim boycott of event
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NEW YORK – More than a dozen Muslim clerics and civic leaders skipped Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s annual interfaith breakfast Friday, saying they were upset that he supported police department surveillance efforts in their neighborhoods.




New York Muslims to snub Bloomberg breakfast in surveillance protest
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A group of prominent Muslim figures in New York City have said they will boycott an annual meeting on Friday with Mayor Michael Bloomberg in order to protest against police surveillance of their communities.




Does America Have a Muslim Problem?
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But sadly, in an election season, such sentiments have been stoked into a political issue. As the debate has grown more heated, Park51, as the proposed Muslim cultural center and mosque two blocks from Ground Zero is called, has become a litmus test for everything from private-property rights to religious tolerance.




Islam and the Two Americas
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There’s an America where it doesn’t matter what language you speak, what god you worship, or how deep your New World roots run. An America where allegiance to the Constitution trumps ethnic differences, language barriers and religious divides.