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Has racial profiling increased since September 11th?

Has racial profiling increased since September 11 either at the airport or on the street? Do you find yourself looking suspiciously at people of certain races when you are on an airplane? What do you think of our government's policies on this matter? Share your thoughts.

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Racial profiling HAS and SHOULD continue to be emphasized on the Arab-American community! In fact, I would go as far to say that ALL non US citizen Arabs should be placed in "watched" communities so the US Government knows what they are doing at ALL times! Why is the Muslim community angry at racial profiling???? If what happened on 9/11/01 is so far from the Constitution of the Muslim faith, why don't Muslim "high priests" and scholars EMPHATICALLY condemn what happened ??? They should be apologizing to the United States Government and it's citizens...I have not heard any apology nor condemnation of the atrocious attacks! As for the negative perception of the US by Arab nations improving...it can NEVER be improved until radical Islam is removed! Until the Muslim community emphatically and repeatedly condemns the actions of 9/11...I will assume the Muslim community approves of these actions.

Angry American, Boston


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