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An undercover cop feigned Islam to spy on Brooklyn College’s Islamic Society organization members.
The NYPD has been going to the legal mat recently to protect records that might shed light on a now-infamous spy program targeting Muslims in the New York City area.
When “Arabic-sounding” names are automatically suspicious — but financial crimes are ignored — here’s the result
What next for Islamophobia enabling Muslims after the NYPD disbands the “demographic unit” they so enthusiastically advocated? Spying through undercovers and paid informants will continue.
Police have arrested Perry Germano, who shoved and spit on a Muslim teen before saying, “I’m not scared to hit you with my fist. I will kill you,” according to sources.
“The Demographics Unit created psychological warfare in our community,” said Linda Sarsour, of the Arab American Association of New York.
The evening was sliding toward midnight, but the students were still hanging out.
In a disturbing ruling Thursday, a federal judge said that it is constitutionally sound to treat Muslim mosques, businesses and student associations as terrorist organizations.
A federal judge has ordered New York City to begin a process to hand over investigative documents from the New York Police Department’s surveillance of Muslims as part of a long-running lawsuit.
The U.S. has struggled with xenophobia for a long time, and Muslims are the latest victims.
I learned a few days ago that the NYPD’s Intelligence Division labeled my non-profit organization a “Terrorism Enterprise.”
There is no area of Muslim life, from mosque worship to weddings that the NYPD has not invaded.