Ask Me No Questions - Section 15: Endnote Summary & Analysis

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Section 15: Endnote Summary

After the terrorist attacks on 9/11/2001, the U. S. Government cracked down on illegal immigrants and investigated Muslim communities. Every Muslim man over the age of eighteen was required to register, and illegals or anyone with a minor infraction on their visa was jailed, detained or deported. Though the registration program eventually ended, the FBI was given the power to raid homes and businesses and detain immigrants under the new Patriot Act. Many were jailed for months without legal representation, and some were abused. Their families were not allowed to visit, and the hearings were closed to the public. Uncertain of what would happen to them during this period, hundreds of immigrants fled to the Canadian border, but many were turned back and arrested by U. S. Immigration authorities. Many had lived in America for years and had children who were raised...

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