For U.S. Muslims, 9/11 Began a Whole New Ballgame: Aasif MandviAasif Mandvi
Sept. 9 (Bloomberg) -- When U.S. troops marched into Iraq in 2003, I, like many Americans, was outraged at what I considered a senseless and unjustified military action. As I spoke to my mother about it on the phone, I noticed that the angrier I got, the more uncomfortable she became.
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