Muslim-Americans face backlash

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Synopsis

When Joshua Weil, a member of one of Orlando’s largest mosques, heard initial reports of Sunday’s mass shooting, he thought, “please don't let [the gunman] be Muslim.” But the gunman was, and for Muslim-Americans the attack has raised very real fears of a backlash; fears fed, they say, by presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s call for a Muslim immigrant ban. William Brangham reports.

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