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Bay Area Muslim panels try to shed a light on a diverse religious group
by David E. Early
Nearly 13 years since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Muslims in America -- and the 250,000 living in the Bay Area -- still face fear, reprisals and a variety of misunderstandings that make daily life continuously difficult.
Now, as part of an increasingly active effort to publicly confront Islam's many challenges, American Muslims and scholars are sponsoring presentations, studies, analyses and in-depth demographic explanations of their community. The idea is that by being more open, Muslims will craft a peace that still eludes them.
On Wednesday in San Jose, one such panel revolved around "Growing Up Muslim."
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