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Election 2012 – American Muslims Gain Political Empowerment

Election 2012 – American Muslims VOTE! By Zeba Iqbal There were so many wins on election night. President Barack Obama was re-elected; Nate Silver’s statistical model and basic arithmetic trumped punditry; and women and communities of color swung the election. And, American Muslims — who weren’t particularly courted by any political party — came together [...]
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