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Study: Muslim job candidates may face discrimination in Republican states
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BY NEHA SAHGAL, PEW Research Center

A new study by Carnegie Mellon University found that in the most Republican states in the country, employers may be less likely to interview job candidates whose social networking profiles indicate that the applicants are Muslim.




Link Between Islam And Violence Rejected By Many Americans After Boston Bombings: Pew Survey
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After the Boston Marathon bombing suspects were revealed to be Muslims who investigators said were motivated in part by radical Islam, American Muslims were quick to condemn the bombings and plea for Americans to not retaliate against the peaceful majority.




Muslim birth rate expected to fall over next two decades, study shows
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As Pew’s own summary of the report states: “While the global Muslim population is expected to grow at a faster rate than the non-Muslim population, the Muslim population nevertheless is expected to grow at a slower pace in the next two decades than it did in the previous two decades.