In his August 12th column, Charles Krauthammer plays down threats to our civil liberties by writing, “We have fluctuated between more or less openness depending on need and threat” (“Situational libertarianism”). It is astonishing that he can refer to the internment of Japanese Americans as a minor infraction of civil liberties and since it only lasted for the duration of the war, it is excusable and even justified.
(CHICAGO, IL, 6/17/05) – CAIR-Chicago conducted a seminar, titled “Hate Crime: Define and Respond,” at the Muslim Community Center (Community Hall), 4380 N. Elston Ave., Chicago.
Council cites radio, Internet for increase in discrimination
WASHINGTON- Anti-Muslim Internet traffic and radio broadcasts are fueling an atmosphere of hate and contributing to increased discrimination, the Council on American-Islamic Relations said Wednesday.
Ahmed Rehab talks to Flashpoints’ Solange Etcheverriez on Pacifica National Radio about anti-Muslim hate crimes in Chicago.
Pacifica Radio: Anti-Muslim Hate Crimes in Chicago
The Chicago office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Chicago) today reported that the FBI is investigating a number of racist phone threats made against a Chicago Ridge Muslim family.
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