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Background Attack Aftermath Evidence Misinformation Analysis Memorial

Attacks on Individuals

Post 9/11/01 Harassment and Killings of Individuals

Individuals within and without the United States -- particularly ones fitting certain racial profiles -- have been subject to an unprecedented variety of horrors by the U.S. government for which the memory of 9/11/01 is invoked as justification. These include:

In addition to being targeted by such admittedly and likely state-sponsored actions, Arabs and Muslims living in the U.S. experienced a wave of aggression after September 11, 2001 at the hands of individuals who had internalized the villification of Muslims. 1  


References

1. Alienating Muslims, ccmep.org,

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