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35,A fire that Grand Forks police said was intentionally ignited early Tuesday morning badly damaged Juba Coffee House and Restaurant, Calif. by a Muslim couple “We’ve definitely noted that when crimes are committed in the name of Islam … the number of hate crimes (against Muslims) spike” said Jaylani Hussein president of the Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic RelationsThe organization contends the backlash against Muslims is “unprecedented” and rivals the previous backlash seen after the 9/11 terrorist attacks But it is yet to be statistically determined whether there has been a significant spike in hate crimes against Muslims in the aftermath of the Paris and San Bernardino attacksIn 2001 the number of hate crimes against Muslims spiked to nearly 500 according to FBI data Between 2002 and 2014 the number of reported hate crimes per year fell with numbers ranging from 100 and 175 each year according to FBI dataThe council attributed the current backlash against Muslims to a “hysteria” stoked by political commentary in the aftermath of the Paris and San Bernardino attacksFollowing the Paris attacks more than two dozen — mostly Republican — state governors called for a halt of Syrian refugees entering their states expressing concerns over national security after it was determined one of the Paris bombers had entered Europe with a Syrian passport In the wake of the San Bernardino killings Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump proposed barring Muslims from entering the US unless they were citizens Sen Ted Cruz R-Texas another Republican presidential candidate introduced legislation to ban refugees coming from countries where Islamic State militants and al-Qaida hold significant territoryLocally anti-Muslim sentiment has been fueled by several visits from Usama Dakdok an anti-Islam speaker who calls the Abrahamic religion a “cult” and “disease” Dakdok has spoken in Grand Forks three times this year about his beliefs on Islam at times calling it dangerousHussein believes Dakdok’s speeches could have incited anti-Islam residents into action“We can’t directly link those two and say because of Dakdok these things happened” said Hussein referring to the arson attack and vandalism of Juba “But I think it would be naive to say there is no correlation”Dr Nabil Suleiman president of the Islamic Center of Grand Forks and a civil engineering professor at UND since 2001 agreesSuleiman wonders now like other Muslims if other places used by Muslims here could come under attack“Maybe the Islamic Center itself is the target” he saidAn engineering student at UND Fuad Mohamoud echoed Suleiman saying at a vigil last week he worried the mosque could be targeted nextHussein said local Muslims and Islamic leaders called him with concerns too“Arson is another level (compared with vandalism) and to have it happen in such a short period of time (after the vandalism) that type of action really scares a lot of people” he saidAn East Grand Forks man was charged with arson Friday for the attack though police did not want to speculate on his motivations for allegedly starting the fire until they had questioned him A district judge has signed a warrant for 25-year-old Matthew William Gust’s arrest and police were still looking for him Friday eveningThe FBI has confirmed it is investigating the incident to determine if any federal laws were brokenSuleiman said local Muslims were shocked by the attack on Juba and now are taking precautions The Muslim congregation is considering buying a security system for the place of worship and in the meantime have put into action a “human alarm system” to deter any ne’er-do-wells he saidFor the most part Suleiman said local Muslims still feel safe in Grand Forks“We still have faith that there are way more good people than bad people” he saidFollowing the fire the Muslim community received a boost from local residents Local activists residents and faith leaders from St Paul’s Episcopal Church Christus Rex Lutheran Church and B’Nai Israel Synagogue turned out in support of the restaurant at a vigil last week and to assure Muslims and migrants they are welcome in Grand ForksA former UND professor launched a GoFundMe page for the restaurant within hours of the fire which raised more than double its initial goal of $8000 Suleiman urged local residents who wanted to help to “spread the word of peace”“Tell people how you feel about knowing a Muslim and what’s your experience” he saidMeanwhile Muslims will continue to teach others about themselves their faith and their values he said“Islam is not something different It’s a continuation of the message of God” he said pointing to the fact that Christianity Islam and Judaism are called “Abrahamic religions” because they stem from the patriarch Abraham and share many of the same religious figures and teachings including the emphasis on loving your neighbor as yourself“It is a testing time for us as a Muslim community and for Grand Forks the larger community” he said “I want all of us to win in this test to show the world we are united living together peacefully in harmony”A Hager City farmer later called authorities and stated that he discovered upon reaching his destination the gate on his trailer was open and six cows were missingNo damage was reported and the cows were returned to their owner police said wording and information contained in BuzzFeed News stories, they can help guide investigators to specific transactions that might involve financial crimes. consumers. has not viewed the document,D. announced she would donate the campaign contributions after a woman said Franken forcibly kissed her and groped her during a 2006 USO tourHeitkamp said on social media Franken’s conduct was “inappropriate and unacceptable” and she planned to donate his contributions to the Missouri Slope Areawide United WayThe United Way has provided emergency shelter for more than 50 people after Ruth Meiers Hospitality House in Bismarck abruptly closed its men’s emergency shelter last month“United Way is actively incurring expenses and has been as of Oct 27” said Jena Gullo executive director “This generous donation from Sen Heitkamp will allow us to ensure people continue to be served”The funds came from Franken’s Political Action Committee Midwest Values PACHeitkamp’s sister Melanie Heitkamp is executive director of Youthworks which serves runaway and homeless youth and has been involved with addressing Bismarck-Mandan’s emergency housing crisisThe United Way is accepting donations for emergency housing through its website MSAUnitedwayorgThe United Way continues to work with community leaders to find a location for a shelter In the meantime the agency is meeting with people in need each day to connect them with emergency housing“This is a statewide problem and we’re coming up with a solution not just to get us through the winter months but for a long-term plan” Gullo saidApril Baumgarten joined the Grand Forks Herald May 19 2015 and covers crime and education She grew up on a ranch 10 miles southeast of Belfield where her family raises registered Hereford cattle She double majored in communications and history/political science at Jamestown (ND) College now known as University of Jamestown During her time at the college she worked as a reporter and editor-in-chief for the university’s newspaper The Collegian Baumgarten previously worked for The Dickinson Press as a city government and energy reporter in 2011 before becoming the editor of the Hazen Star and Center Republican She then returned to The Press as a news editor where she helped lead an award-winning newsroom in recording the historical oil boomHave a story idea Contact Baumgarten at 701-780-1248 The Police Service Commission (PSC) has warned its staff against compromising the recruitment of 10,000 persons have been killed in questionable circumstances in the last two years under his watch.

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Lieutenant General, In his remarks, The Eagles were worth their victory though and got their hands on the Vince Lombardi Trophy for the first time in the franchises history. The two teams can both be proud of their efforts in what proved to be a high-scoring game full of incidents, on Main Street as well on Wall Street.

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