Karam Dana

University of Washington Bothell

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Professor of Middle East politics at the University of Washington Bothell and director of its American Muslim Research Institute 

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Social media exploded this week when a Muslim-American kid who brought a home-made clock to school  was arrested on suspicion of building a bomb .

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