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Members of a major world religion are required to register their affiliation and ordered to wear badges of identification. They are tracked. Their places of worship are put out of commission. They are shamed in public for being who they are, and no one offers them help in even the more dire situations. The year is 2015, and Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, has recently suggested all American Muslims should “absolutely” be required to register theiridentities in a database, for monitoring purposes because, in his words, “Our country has no management.”
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Bennett, Alan, "Islamaphobia is not the answer" (2015). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 205.