New York, United States - The blue skies were among the prettiest that a New York autumn could offer, but still a cloud hung over Masjid-al-Aman mosque on Friday, the last day that locals could register to vote in next month's bitterly contested presidential election. The community of Bangladeshi immigrants in Ozone Park, Brooklyn, still mourns
Muslim And Arab Americans Voters Could Hurt Trump’s Chances
Neither Arabs nor Muslims pack as big an electoral punch as Latinos, some 17 percent of the population, or blacks [13 percent]. But they cluster in a handful of swing states and their near-total rejection of Trump could hurt him on polling day.