With Muslim Registration over, Can Bush Regain Arab American Vote?

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In the aftermath of September 11, men from predominantly Muslim countries were required to register with federal officials. There were deportations that broke up families and created a climate of fear. Entire neighborhoods were devastated as thousands of other families sold homes, gas stations and restaurants and fled the country. But no charge involving terrorism ever was filed. So, the Bush Administration has abandoned the registration of men from Muslim countries, saying it has not made America safer. We hear about the impact on one family, on America-s image in the Muslim world and on Arab-American voters.
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