How 9/11 Changed Religious Liberty for American Muslims

How 9/11 Changed Religious Liberty for American Muslims
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The terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, changed the course of Sahar Aziz's career. Before the planes crashed and the buildings collapsed, she'd planned to finish law school and move to the Middle East to do pro-democracy work. After, she still wanted to be a lawyer, but she set her sights on civil rights work much closer to home.
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