Civil Rights Groups Say Deportations Are Biased Deportations of Arab and Muslim visitors jump 75 percent in the last year while deportations among other immigrant groups drop, the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services says. Some civil rights activists charge that law enforcement unfairly singles out Arab and Muslim men while turning a blind eye to millions of other foreigners residing illegally in the United States. Hear Carrie Kahn of KQED.
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Civil Rights Groups Say Deportations Are Biased

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Civil Rights Groups Say Deportations Are Biased

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Civil Rights Groups Say Deportations Are Biased

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Deportations of Arab and Muslim visitors jump 75 percent in the last year while deportations among other immigrant groups drop, the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services says. Some civil rights activists charge that law enforcement unfairly singles out Arab and Muslim men while turning a blind eye to millions of other foreigners residing illegally in the United States. Hear Carrie Kahn of KQED.