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Muslim Group to Appeal Ruling on Police Spying

A group of Muslims from New Jersey is appealing a federal judge's ruling that the New York City Police Department's surveillance of Muslims didn't violate their civil rights.

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NJ Attorney General Visits Paterson Mosque As Part of Outreach

New Jersey's attorney general has visited another mosque as part of an ongoing effort to improve relations with the Muslim community.

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Informant: NYPD Paid Me To ‘Bait’ Muslims

 A paid informant for the New York Police Department says he was under orders to "bait" Muslims into saying bad things.

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NJ Bill Would Require Surveillance Notification

A New Jersey legislative committee has advanced a bill that would require out-of-state law enforcement to notify state officials if they plan on conducting surveillance in the state.

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NJ Attorney General Says NYPD Surveillance Was Legal [VIDEO]

New Jersey's Muslim leaders are unhappy with the state's review of spying within their communities by New York City police.

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Newly Obtained Documents Show More Scrutiny of Muslim Americans by NYPD

The New York Police Department collected information on businesses owned by second- and third-generation Americans specifically because they were Muslims, according to newly obtained secret documents.

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36 Groups Call for Muslim Monitoring Probe in NJ

Thirty-six groups, including some that are faith-based and others that are student-led, have sent a letter asking New Jersey's Attorney General to immediately investigate Muslim monitoring by the New York City Police  Department in Newark and other cities.

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NYPD Spying on Newark’s Muslims – Justified or Not [POLL]

According to the AP, the NYPD conducted extensive surveillance on Newark's Muslim community in 2006. Do you feel it was justified?

On one hand we spy on our own citizens in order to amass a database of where this group of people work and pray without any resonable suspicion

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NJ Muslims Protest at Lowe’s Over Pulled Ad

Members of New Jersey's large Muslim community are protesting outside a Lowe's store in Paterson.

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NJ Muslims to Protest at Lowe’s Over Pulled Ad

Members of New Jersey's large Muslim community and some lawmakers are condemning the Lowe's home improvement chain for its decision to pull ads from a reality TV show about American Muslims.

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