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Rabih Haddad supporters protest outside his Detroit immigration hearing in 2002. Haddad was eventually deported to Lebanon.

Sep. 09, 2011

For the tenth anniversary of 9/11, Worldview explores the terror attack's impact on Chicago’s Muslim community. We’ll speak with an attorney for Rabih Haddad's Global Relief Foundation, one of two local Muslim charities shuttered by the federal government shortly after the attacks. WBEZ criminal justice reporter Robert Wildeboer talks to Robert Grant, the head of the FBI’s Chicago office, about the agency's efforts to gain the trust of the city's Islamic community. Local imam Abdul Malik Mujahid gives us his take on the federal government's Muslim-American outreach. And WBEZ's North Side Bureau reporter Odette Yousef finds out how one suburban Muslim school teaches 9/11 to its students.