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US Muslims share all Americans' tough election choice
As Americans go to the polls Tuesday to elect a new president, Muslims find themselves between a rock and a hard place.
That's not to say they are undecided, but they share a common sentiment with the rest of Americans: They believe they are out of good choices when it comes to choosing a candidate to support.
Muslim voters have for the most part supported Democratic candidates since Republican President George W. Bush declared a "war on terror" in Oct. 2001 and Islamic countries appeared to bear the brunt of that decision.
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