Muslim-Americans brace for blacklash following Texas shooting, call for more outreach

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A leading Muslim-American rights group has called on federal authorities to be more vigilant after what it says were death threats made to U.S. Muslims. Many of them say crimes like the Texas shooting have nothing to do with their communities — but are still negatively affecting their image. CCTV’s Roee Ruttenberg reported from Falls Church, Virginia.

Muslim-Americans brace for blacklash following Texas shooting, call for more outreach

Muslim-Americans brace for blacklash following Texas shooting, call for more outreach

A leading Muslim-American rights group has called on federal authorities to be more vigilant after what it says were death threats made to U.S. Muslims. Many of them say crimes like the Texas shooting have nothing to do with their communities -- but are still negatively affecting their image. CCTV's Roee Ruttenberg reported from Falls Church, Virginia.

  • roccolore

    Sorry, but Muslim sare not the victims.