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Elora Chowdhury and Leila Farsakh

A legacy of promise for Muslims

By Elora Chowdhury and Leila Farsakh
September 11, 2007

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THERE ARE FEW nations without traumas, few people who have not endured a catastrophe so profound that it alters how they think about themselves, or how the rest of the world thinks about them. On this sixth anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, we remember and mourn a tragedy that affected not just the United States, but the ... (Full article: 649 words)

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