Policing Southern California's Muslim Community

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In Orange County, four Muslim men in their 20's have been arrested and accused of trying to help the Islamic State or other terror groups in the Middle East. Two arrested last month face charges that could keep them in prison for 15 years if they're convicted. Should Mosques and other Muslim-community organizations cooperate with law enforcement to help counter radical ideas? While the Muslim Public Affairs Council says, yes, Not all Muslims agree that law enforcement should be part of influencing what young people believe.


Hoda Hawa - Muslim Public Affairs Council - @HodaHawa, Haroon Mandjlai - Council on American-Islamic Relations - @hmanjlai, Omar Ricci - Islamic Center of Southern California and LAPD - @icsconline

Warren Olney

Christine Detz