January 2016
USA Today Magazine;Jan2016, Vol. 144 Issue 2848, p18
The article focuses on the anti-Muslim agenda amidst terrorism in the U.S. It is stated that Muslim-American communities need to stand together for the sake of true Islam, pluralism, and tolerance and put their dogmatic differences aside to provide a united front against the potential for youth radicalization, extremism and demonization.


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