Muslims and others prepare to say the Friday prayers outside the White House last year, following the murder of three young North Carolina Muslims. The number of anti-Muslim attacks last year reached the level of the 9/11 era, according to an analysis of the latest FBI hate crime data.
Muslims and others prepare to say the Friday prayers outside the White House last year, following the murder of three young North Carolina Muslims. The number of anti-Muslim attacks last year reached the level of the 9/11 era, according to an analysis of the latest FBI hate crime data. Jacquelyn Martin AP
Muslims and others prepare to say the Friday prayers outside the White House last year, following the murder of three young North Carolina Muslims. The number of anti-Muslim attacks last year reached the level of the 9/11 era, according to an analysis of the latest FBI hate crime data. Jacquelyn Martin AP

Anti-Muslim attacks last year reached 9/11 era level

November 22, 2016 01:03 PM

UPDATED November 22, 2016 01:43 PM

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