13 Heartbreaking Stories That Happened And Changed The Lives Of Muslims In U.S. Post 9/11

Being an Asian with brown skin was the most difficult things post 9/11, the attacks had profound impacts on the politics, economy and the social scenario throughout the U.S.

The Sadness Of People Misusing The Ideology Of Peace Is Saddening

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This indeed was a shock and very disheartening for everyone. The same intensity was felt by all.

Misconception Was Very High And People Could Not Differentiate

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This truly makes us feel more for the family who gave in so much yet ended up being misunderstood.

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The Irony In “People Like You” Is Sadly So High

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This prejudice was something we all won’t be able to cope up with for them all

More Powe To The Girl For Fighting Off The Misconceptions

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This resilience to fight off the misconceptions about every Muslim being a terrorist is very applaudable.

This Is So Saddening

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This wrenched my heart after reading the tweet.

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Hina Will Surely Remember The Act Of Kindness

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People like Alex will surely raise good kids and make a difference with the act of kindness

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The Impacts Are Very Deep

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So sorry for the loss she had to face

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Being Deserted By All Of Your Friends Is Disheartening

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I hope they all got back together after the air was cleared.

Athena Surely Did A Great Job At Raising Her Daughter

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Despite others choosing to walk away from the friend, Athena’s teaching helped restore the faith

Very Unfortunate To Have That Name

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Carrying an identity of one’s self is still a challenge

This Discrimination Was There For A Very Long Time

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The current mass shootings too are very disheartening

Sikhs Too Had To Face The Heat

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Sikhs being confused with the Muslims and the blinded prejudice made it very difficult for all of them to live a peaceful life

These Acts Will Never Be Define As Justice

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Such violence will never be the solution for anything, and that too act of violence against the innocent is always sad.