Haris Tarin

Director, Muslim Public Affairs Council's Washington Office

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Director of the Washington office of the Muslim Public Affairs Council

Haris Tarin on KCRW

Last Friday, President Obama  said  Muslims have a right to include a mosque in a new community center two blocks from where the World Trade Center used to be.

How an Uncontested Mosque Became the 'Ground Zero Mosque'

Last Friday, President Obama said Muslims have a right to include a mosque in a new community center two blocks from where the World Trade Center used to be.

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Seven out of every 10 Americans now oppose the mosque to be located inside an  Islamic center  two blocks from the World Trade Center site in Manhattan. A few months ago, nobody cared.

How an Uncontested Mosque Became the 'Ground Zero Mosque'

Seven out of every 10 Americans now oppose the mosque to be located inside an Islamic center two blocks from the World Trade Center site in Manhattan. A few months ago, nobody cared.

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