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Islamic Students in U.S. Schools Since 9/11

The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education
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AMER Hassan was studying for his final exams in microeconomics and political economy when he heard the news: As a result of a new U.S. policy, he had to register with the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) and check in with them regularly. If you dont hear from me for a few days, make sure Im okay, he jokes over recent reports of unjust detainment of people of Arab descent.

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