nypd spying on mosques

Religion
Responding to this news, Sarsour told host Ahmed Shihab-Eldin, "I absolutely was not surprised ... but to know that the New
New York
In light of the recent news that the NYPD has been spying on mosques, Arab American Association Director Linda Sarsour weighed
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Linda Sarsour joins Ahmed to share her outrage at the NYPD spying scandal.
New York
Earlier in the summer, police officials announced that they'd expand the Domain Awareness System to grant access to local
New York
Call it a cri de coeur, a collective cry of the heart, from voices rarely heard -- the city's Muslim community, pushing back for the first time against the NYPD's secret spying on them for the past decade.
New York
The NYPD has violated a longstanding court order in its pervasive spying on Muslims and lied about it, according to papers to be filed today in federal court.
New York
Ray Kelly was at his misleading best at the 92nd Street YMHA last week in trashing the Associated Press' Pulitzer prize-winning series about the New York City Police Department's widespread and pervasive spying on Muslims.
New York
Newly obtained NYPD documents, prepared in 2003 and 2004, provide an insight into how the Intelligence Division operated in the aftermath after 9/11 as it sought to protect the city against another terrorist attack.
New York
So the NYPD's Demographics Unit never produced a single lead to a terrorist plot in the last six years and probably not in its entire decade-long existence.
New York
The same Islamic cleric was investigated for terrorist-related activities twice -- six years apart - apparently because the NYPD's Intelligence Division and the FBI don't talk to each other.
New York
Last we heard, this was still the United States of America. Maybe that's why an inspector general is not a bad idea.
New York
This Sunday, on Father's Day, I will be marching with tens of thousands of other New Yorkers to call for reform of stop-and-frisk. We cannot accept a New York where people are subject to civil liberties violations based on the color of their skin.
New York
This Tuesday when medals are given to 42 officers, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly is recognizing the department's Intelligence Division and the office of Deputy Commissioner for Public Information. These units have been other than heroic.
New York
No good can come from criticizing a Pulitzer Prize-winning series. Mitchell Silber, the just departed NYPD civilian director of "Intel Analysis" is living proof.
New York
The truth matters. That's why I am working with my colleague Jumaane Williams, the Brennan Center for Justice, and other groups on legislation to establish an NYPD Inspector General.
Religion
So long as the police engage in systemic racial profiling and attendant criminal punishments, community outreach is futile, as well as disingenuous.
Politics
Only one of the 20 offenders last year was accused of actually executing a terrorist attack. Among the study's other findings
New York
On the day the city's Muslims staged their first organized protest against the NYPD's secret and pervasive spying on their communities, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly denied the obvious.
Media
Contrary to the editorial boards' suggestions, AP investigative reporter Matt Apuzzo says he and his colleagues are simply