Farhana Khera

Muslim Advocates

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Farhana Khera is president and executive director of Muslim Advocates, a San Francisco, California-based organization of Muslim attorneys.

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President Trump’s travel ban suspended in courts  has been revised . There’s no mention of any religion, and many thousands of people can enter the US after all.

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President Trump’s travel ban suspended in courts has been revised . There’s no mention of any religion, and many thousands of people can enter the US after all.

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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 Muslim…

Policing Domestic Muslim Radicalism

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 Muslim…

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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.

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