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Muslims in the US are more politically engaged than ever

Muslim-Americans make up a little more than 1 percent of the US population. But they may be growing more influential as a voting bloc. Four years after then-candidate Donald Trump announced he would usher in a total ban on Muslim immigration, they have become more active in the political process. And Democratic candidate Joe Biden is courting their vote. Yasmine El-Sabawi reports. 2020 Presidential Race 🇺🇸 👉 http://trt.world/Race2020 #uselection #muslimvoters #immigration

Joe Biden 46th US president-elect of the United States

Joe Biden 46th US president-elect of the United States

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Police chief and nine elite officers removed from posts

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Nominations for coveted prize set to begin this week

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