Saturday, March 12, 2011

Attorney general warns about stigmatizing American Muslim communities

United States Attorney General Eric Holder, on Wednesday, cautioned Americans against alienating the American Muslim community during a criticism of the congressional investigation into the radicalization of Muslims domestically.

The House of Representatives' Homeland Security Committee, on Thursday, will begin a series of hearings that concern themselves with Muslim-American communities that have not worked alongside law enforcement to stem Muslim radicalization. Attorney General Holder said Muslim Americans have significantly contributed to resolving cases involving radicalization.

The attorney general is concerned about stigmatizing Muslim Americans as a group.

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