Salam Al-Marayati

Muslim Public Affairs Council

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President of the Muslim Public Affairs Council

Salam Al-Marayati on KCRW

Mass shootings in Paris, Colorado Springs and San Bernardino have generated more pressure than ever on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.

Countering Extremism: Social Media and Surveillance in California

Mass shootings in Paris, Colorado Springs and San Bernardino have generated more pressure than ever on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.

from Which Way, L.A.?

While the U.S. military campaign expands in the Middle East, there’s concern at home about extremists recruiting and radicalizing U.S. residents.

Fighting Jihadist Recruitment in L.A.

While the U.S. military campaign expands in the Middle East, there’s concern at home about extremists recruiting and radicalizing U.S. residents.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Three weeks after the Boston Marathon bombings, some members of Congress are calling for more surveillance of American Muslims.

Boston Marathon Bombings and Muslim Americans

Three weeks after the Boston Marathon bombings, some members of Congress are calling for more surveillance of American Muslims.

from To the Point

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