Muslims no longer - invisible' in U.S., panelist says

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When Turkish journalist Ali H. Aslan first arrived in the United States in the mid-1990s, he enjoyed the luxury of being, as he describes it, "invisible." "Back then Turkey was more Islamicphobic than the U.S.," he said, recalling how his homeland wrestled at the time with the roles of government and religion in a modern society.
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Why do we HAVE TO LEARN about Islam??? They should learn about Christianity!!!! It is they who are at war with us!!!!
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They want us to learn they are the supreme people and all others must pay them homage.

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why? they are not superior at all...
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Everything I need to know about Islam, I learned on 9/11/01.

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