Photo: September 17, 2016. About 200 people gathered in east Minneapolis for a rally and march to to denounce hate speech and hate crimes against Muslims. They marched to a nearby Republican Party office to denounce the rhetoric of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump. (Fibonacci Blue)
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Terrorist incidents from Florida to California have increased fear, and Donald Trump has made that central to his campaign, while Hillary Clinton says diversity makes us safer, and mosques around the country are opening their doors to non-believers in the hope of increasing understanding.
With immigration one of the major topics for tonight’s final presidential debate, we’ll look at Donald Trump’s call for banning people from Muslim countries in the interests of national security. But, with hate crimes on the rise, is he also stoking a strain of Islamophobia that can also lead to violence?
Moussa Elbayoumy, Chairman of the Kansas Chapter of CAIR
Sarah Posner, Nation Institute (@sarahposner)
Mark Krikorian, Center for Immigration Studies (@MarkSKrikorian)
Edina Lekovic, Muslim Public Affairs Council (@EdLek)
Even before tonight’s final debate in Las Vegas, some two million voters have already cast their ballots. Is either side getting a head start? Is early voting a good predictor of how things will look when the election is over? Have they left any signs about what’s to come?
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