A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words: New York’s Muslims Protest Against Police Surveillance


The Arab spring of protests has brought about a chain reaction of related and unrelated protests in key cities of the world, since it kicked off earlier this year. On Friday, 18 November, members of New York’s Muslim community came out to protest against police surveillance. According to the protesters, the constant spying on the Muslim community, by the New York Police Department, for approximately ten years has made them feel like “criminals.”

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