Haroon Mandjlai

Council on American-Islamic Relations

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Public affairs coordinator for the Council on American-Islamic Relations

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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.

Policing Southern California's Muslim Community

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.

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