Since Sept. 11, 2001, an ongoing debate has been waging about the role of Muslims in the U.S. A prominent voice in this debate has been Arsalan Iftikhar, the legal director of the Council of American Islamic Relations, the largest Muslim advocacy group in the country.
Iftikhar spoke to a group of about 30 people in MU’s Ellis Auditorium on Friday afternoon about the future of Muslims in the West.
“The 8 million Muslims in the U.S. faced a new duality after Sept. 11,” Iftikhar said. “Not only was our country attacked, but our faith, our way of life and our standing in the U.S. were also attacked.”
Sunday, April 15, 2007
CAIR in Missouri
Posted by Audrey Hudson at Sunday, April 15, 2007