N.J. Officials Focus on Frayed Relations with Muslims

Authorities are asking for the Muslim community's help to prevent terrorist attacks, but many Muslims complain the government has alienated them with practices amounting to profiling. New Jersey is home to a large Arab-American population, and authorities are reaching out to Muslims there. NPR's Jennifer Ludden reports.



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