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In key American Muslim enclave, alienation is growing
by Dan Gilgoff
Dawud Walid asked the worshipers for a show of hands: How many had heard about the Muslim radicalization hearings in Washington earlier that day?
About half of the 50 or so Muslims in the banquet hall-turned-mosque indicated that they had.
So Walid, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations' Michigan chapter, briefed the other half about the hearing, calling it an "unfortunate first in American history."
Then he went further, warning about what he said were a handful of growing threats to American Muslims.
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