Talat Hamdan has mostly stopped talking, but she’s still fighting for the recognition she says is due her son.
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Simon Baz’s hails from Dearborn, his story begins when he and the rest of his Muslim family watch their television in horror as airplanes fly into the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.
Is the memory of 9/11 being exploited to justify war and unquestioning religious-like support for the military?
Fifty-six other buildings were hit by plane parts, including Century 21.
Hateful residents of Staten Island protest the construction of a mosque.
The anti-Muslim movement is a curious blend of old-fashioned racism, naive nativism, fear, and the brute, thuggish rage.
Richard Bartholomew, ever the voice of reason, gives his take on the hate-filled anti-mosque rally held in New York.
A man from Kent, Conn., demands that a plaque memorializes his son’s death with the words “Murdered by Muslim Terrorists.” LoonWatch responds.