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Police: Man Menaced After Leaving Queens Mosque
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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a suspect who allegedly menaced a man as he left a Queens mosque. The incident occurred after the victim left a mosque on Kissena Boulevard around 8 p.m. last Friday.




NYC subway murder deemed a hate crime by police
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A 31-year-old woman was arrested on Saturday and charged with second-degree murder as a hate crime in connection with the death of a man who was pushed onto the tracks of an elevated subway station in Queens and crushed by an oncoming train.




Queens: Second Savage Attack on Elderly Muslim in a Week
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Queens, New York has been the scene of two gruesome separate attacks on Muslim men of South Asian descent in apparent hate motivated attacks. We reported the stabbing attack on Bashir Ahmad (57) that occurred on November 19 which police are investigating as a “hate crime.”




New York: man stabbed outside mosque, attacker screamed anti-Muslim rant, say cops
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The victim, identified by friends as Bashar Mohammod, 57, was attacked from behind while opening the Masjid Al-Saaliheen mosque for prayer around 4:45 a.m., police said.




Pamela Geller: Muslims Firebombed Their Own Mosque in Queens
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by Charles Johnson

In yet another disgusting post filled with typos, hate group leader Pamela Geller makes excuses for terrorism by saying that Muslims in Queens probably firebombed their own mosque.




Ray Lazier Lengend confesses in Queens, L.I. firebomb attacks: cops
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A Queens man confessed Tuesday to a frightening New Year’s Day firebombing spree — claiming a personal vendetta drove him to tossing the Molotov cocktails, police said.




Obscuring a Muslim Name, and an American’s Sacrifice
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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.




It’s not easy to build a mosque in Brooklyn, either
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Depending on whom you ask, the new mosque planned for a quiet block in southern Brooklyn is either the latest target in a wave of coordinated anti-Muslim sentiment, part of an insidious effort to spread political Islam throughout America or simply a parking nightmare waiting to happen.




John L. Esposito and Sheila B. Lalwani: The reality of Islamophobia in America
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There is the world of neoconservative columnists such as The Times’ Jonah Goldberg, who in an Aug. 24 column asserted that the anti-Muslim backlash is mainly a myth. Then there is the world where the rest of us live.




Clergy in New York Seeks to Ease Interfaith Tensions
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Leaders involved in preliminary discussions said the meetings would first address the conflict about the center, then broaden channels of communication among clergy members of various faiths who are committed to defusing similar flashpoints.