Three Muslim women were among those protesting what advocacy groups say is a spike in anti-Muslim incidents across the United States fueled by the incendiary rhetoric of Donald Trump and others. At a news conference in Queens, New York, Muslim advocates say they fear further harassment and violence.
Three Muslim women were among those protesting what advocacy groups say is a spike in anti-Muslim incidents across the United States fueled by the incendiary rhetoric of Donald Trump and others. At a news conference in Queens, New York, Muslim advocates say they fear further harassment and violence. Seth Wenig AP
Three Muslim women were among those protesting what advocacy groups say is a spike in anti-Muslim incidents across the United States fueled by the incendiary rhetoric of Donald Trump and others. At a news conference in Queens, New York, Muslim advocates say they fear further harassment and violence. Seth Wenig AP

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