Pinault, David
January 2002
Commonweal;1/11/2002, Vol. 129 Issue 1, p8
Describes the challenge presented by the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks for Muslims in the United States. Concerns of Muslims in the country regarding the attacks; Objectives of the Islamic religion; Punishments given for Muslims who convert to other religions.


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