Imam Examines Current Relations between Law Enforcement and Muslims

Imam Abdul Malik Mujahid

from NPR's Worldview CPWR Board Chair Imam Abdul Malik Mujahid is interviewed about 9/11’s impact on American Muslims. In a 2003 article, he likened the situation for Muslim Americans to a "virtual internment camp." Although he says law enforcement outreach has been strong locally, Mujahid wants to see more engagement on the national level. Click here to listen to the interview

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