Pittsburgh shooting makes fiery rhetoric all too real for Muslim Americans
By Em DeMarco | The Guardian | Dec. 8, 2015
The call came at 1.52am. It was Thanksgiving morning, and Waleed’s cellphone flashed the name of one of his best friends, a fellow Moroccan immigrant who recently began working as a taxi driver. It was unusual that his friend was calling in the middle of the night. Even more unusual, Waleed did not hear the familiar sound of his friend’s voice when he answered the phone. It was a woman’s voice.
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