As protests continue to grow in Egypt, speculations regarding who will take President Hosni Mubarak’s place grow as well. For the past two weeks, U.S. media coverage has portrayed the Muslim Brotherhood to be first in line to succeed Mubarak’s regime. However, some say the Muslim Brotherhood is not as radical as most people think.
“Muslims are kind of the new kids on the block in DuPage and they are going to face the highest burden in having to go to commercial areas, buy more expensive land, create larger developments and be completely away from their neighbors,” Vodak said.
CAIR-Chicago’s Civil Rights Coordinator, Christina Abraham, recently appeared on WISE TV (WYCC-PBS) where she discussed the state of American Muslims Civil Rights on the Northwestern News Networks program, Medill Reports, with host Tanja Babich.
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