Are Muslim-Americans Living Dangerously?

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While Muslim-American groups give the Obama Administration high marks for combating bigotry, they are divided over "sting" operations by the FBI. Since September 11 — most recently in Baltimore, Portland and Washington, DC -- suspects have been arrested before the terrorist acts they were planning ever occurred. Young bombing suspects have been arrested before they could do any harm, but after FBI agents acted as false accomplices. Anti-terrorist agents routinely appear uninvited at mosques, workplaces and homes. Are the Feds just "getting to know the community" or spying? Do agents inadvertently help to radicalize young men?  Are they stepping on American rights to privacy, freedom of speech and religion?


Evan Pérez - CNN - @evanperez, Farhana Khera - Muslim Advocates - @farhanakhera, Philip Mudd - former Deputy Director, CIA's Counterterrorism Center, Hedieh Mirahmadi - World Organization for Resource Development and Education - @WORDEorg, Salam Al-Marayati - Muslim Public Affairs Council - @mpac_national

Warren Olney

Sonya Geis, Karen Radziner, Christian Bordal