Andre Carson

Congressman (D-IN)

Guest

Democratic Congressman for the 7th Congressional District of Indiana and the second Muslim to serve in the US Congress (after Keith Ellison, D-MN)

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Barack Obama  has visited churches and synagogues during his presidential campaign but, so far, he has not been to a mosque.

Obama, Distancing Himself from Arab-Americans, American Muslims?

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