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Rasmussen Reports says this election is truly a cliffhanger. Since the scandal broke, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have been trading jabs and boasting that they had it out for each other. As the days pass, Trump has often pointed out that she had a “strange” sort of “honorary” membership in the presidential club – and he brought up the matter more than once.
They say America hasn’t been this divided in years, and with Hillary Clinton insisting that she has been vindicated by the court and “questions about me being indicted with little evidence” a lot of people wonder what it means for next year’s election.
In this podcast for Young Voices, we’re joining Global Research founder and CEO Hanif Abdurraqib for a conversation about his new book, “The Muslim Brotherhood in America: How a Minority Group is Penetrating Our Society.” Hanif says what we’ve all been afraid of is actually happening, and that “this country was created to protect freedom of speech, to protect women’s rights to equal protection under the law and to protect religious minorities of all kinds.”
Yet, just weeks before the midterm elections, the Supreme Court has ruled that Muslim Americans have the same First Amendment rights as those with Christian backgrounds – and that’s infuriated conservatives.
At Global Research, we believe in the power of free speech and the right of all people to express themselves freely. So we welcome Hanif Abdurraqib to our podcast to explain how a tiny group of Islamist militant groups has been and continues to be infiltrate our country, which is now allowing it to rule on issues of foreign policy, as the Muslim Brotherhood did in Egypt.
This episode is sponsored by Index and Co-ordinate Magazine. Index & Co-ordinate Magazine is a global non-profit dedicated to promoting freedom and democracy in the media. We provide media training and events to prevent state-media repression. We also hold conversations for critical media professionals, journalism students, and others who seek to deepen their understanding of news media production processes and emerging challenges in digital media.
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