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U.S. Muslims on anti-Muslim film and its aftermath

Filed by KOSU News in Public Insight Network.
September 25, 2012

SCPR wanted to know how “The Innocence of Muslims” and violent reactions to the film have affected local Muslims. ┬áSo they queried Muslims living in Southern California and throughout the United States, who have found themselves not only feeling targeted, but also uncomfortable watching the violent reaction overseas. ┬áMore at scpr.org’s Multi-American blog.

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