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AU Files Supreme Court Brief Denouncing U.S. Detention And Torture Of Muslims

Top U.S. Department of Justice and immigration officials should face legal scrutiny for the unconstitutional detention and torture of Muslims living peacefully in the U.S. in the wake of the 9/11 terror attacks, Americans United told the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday.

Fundamentalist Christian Supports Religious Freedom For Muslims

Thanks to recent events both abroad and here in the United States, many Americans are wary of Islam. As a result, innocent Muslims throughout the United States are facing restrictions on their religious freedom – particularly when it comes to the places in which they worship.   

Rubio Is Wrong: We Can Fight Bigotry And Radical Islam At The Same Time

You don’t have to look far to find examples of attacks on mosques in the United States.

I spent just a few minutes on Google recently and came across headlines like “Crimes Against Muslim Americans and Mosques Rise Sharply,” “Anti-Muslim attacks occurring in record numbers across U.S.” and “Hate Attacks on Muslims in U.S. Spike After Recent Acts of Terrorism.”

Ten Years After The Attacks: We Honor The Victims By Honoring Our Constitution

As everyone knows, yesterday was the 10-year anniversary of the horrific terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

Like most adults, I can remember exactly where I was that morning: I was driving to my doctor’s office for a physical exam, and I had the radio on. The first reports were confused; an airplane had hit the World Trade Center, and some thought perhaps it was an accident.

At the doctor’s office, we heard that the Pentagon had also been hit. We now knew that this was no accident. Our nation was under attack.