US Sikhs are target of racial profiling
Sikh travellers say they have been singled out for questioning by the police and security workers at American airports. More than two dozen Sikh men have filed complaints with anti-discrimination groups asserting that they were forced to remove their turbans in public areas of airports, a violation of their religious obligation.
The Importance of Mazar-e-Sharif
Abortion clinics get anthrax threat
FedEx packages containing a white powder and the threat: "This contains
anthrax. You're going to die," arrived Thursday morning at more than 200
abortion clinics in the US Midwest and along the East Coast.
Osama family's suspicious web site
Registration for a domain once controlled by the Saudi construction
conglomerate owned by the family of Osama bin Laden expired on September 11. More than a coincidence?
Longer visa waits for Arabs
The US State Department said that it would slow the process for granting
visas to young men from Arab and Muslim nations in an effort to prevent
future terrorist attacks.
Hate groups use attacks to recruit
The goodwill unearthed across the nation by September's terrorist attacks
has done little to stop the spread of hate, according to a new report
detailing the activities of 338 white nationalist groups in 10 Midwestern
In a city of spooks, who can the Allies trust?
Besides the aerial war, there is also another one being waged simultaneously. One that involves the secret agents of the
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