...Other Muslims were worried of possible attacks against their mosques during `Eid celebrations.
"The anti-Muslim wave we are witnessing is really affecting the Muslim community," said Naeem Baig, vice president for public affairs at the Islamic Circle of North America.
Since the 9/11 attacks, US Muslims, estimated between 6-8 million, have complained of discrimination and stereotypes in the society because of their Islamic attires or identities.
The anti-Muslim frenzy developed widely over the past months over plans to build a mosque near the 9/11 site, resulting in attacks on Muslims and their property.
Adding insult to injury, Republican Senator Peter King fuelled anti-Muslim sentiments by holding a probe into what he called "radicalization" of American Muslims.
Banning sharia is "worse" than "possible attacks on mosques"? Worse than "discrimination and stereotypes"? Worse than "the anti-Muslim frenzy"?
Worse still, lawmakers in at least 15 states have introduced proposals to ban Shari`ah.
That one assertion prettty much tells you all you need to know about this Islamist website.
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