Five years since 9/11: Terrorism and Muslim communities
Monday, September 11, 2006
A professor of criminal justice for the SDSU Homeland Security program speaks about the threat of terrorism. And a local civil rights attorney talks about how September 11th has affected Muslim and Arab communities.
- Jeff McIllwain, associate professor of criminal justice at SDSU, and co-director of the school's graduate program in homeland security.
- Randall B. Hamud , local civil rights and criminal defense attorney. He represented three Middle Eastern students who had ties to the 9/11 hijackers.
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