News and Analysis (8/18/10)

Regulations restricting farmers from assisting Muslim customers from slaughtering animals have unintended — and undesirable — consequences:

Muslim Public Affairs Council, Washington office Director Haris Tarin tells his father’s story of immigration from Afghanistan to “the America he fell in love with”:

NY Governor David Paterson’s office wants to move the Muslim center from private property to state land, but the developers say “We’re not moving”:

Meanwhile, CA GOP candidate Carly Fiorina contradicts her previous statement that NYC Park51 mosque is “a local issue” to stick her nose into the controversy:

Peter Beinhart says, “Whatever his flaws, the man respected religion, all religion,” and Maureen Dowd says he understands that “you can’t have an effective war against the terrorists if it is a war on Islam”:

CNN to show four-week long series profiling Muslims across the world in 2010:

New York Times’ Maureen Dowd. Bush, Dowd explains, understands that “you can’t have an effective war against the terrorists if it is a war on Islam.”

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