The Heat: 9/11’s impact on US Muslims

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A flag is placed along the South Pool prior to a ceremony at the World Trade Center site in New York on Friday, Sept. 11, 2015. With a moment of silence and somber reading of names, victims' relatives began marking the 14th anniversary of Sept. 11 in a subdued gathering Friday at ground zero. (AP Photo/Bryan R. Smith) A flag is placed along the South Pool prior to a ceremony at the World Trade Center site in New York on Friday, Sept. 11, 2015. With a moment of silence and somber reading of names, victims’ relatives began marking the 14th anniversary of Sept. 11 in a subdued gathering Friday at ground zero. (AP Photo/Bryan R. Smith)

It has been 14 years now since terrorists attacked the United States on September 11, 2001, killing almost 3,000 people. It was one of the deadliest days in the nation’s history and its impact is still being felt today.

CCTV America’s Jim Spellman spoke about how Americans marked the 9/11 anniversary.

The Heat: 9/11's impact on American Muslims Pt1

The Heat: 9/11's impact on American Muslims Pt1

It's been 14 years now since terrorists attacked the United States killing almost 3,000 people on September 11, 2001. It was one of the deadliest days in the nation's history and its impact is still being felt today. CCTV America's Jim Spellman spoke about how Americans marked the 9/11 anniversary.

The terror attacks changed America. They resulted in more security at home and wars abroad. Within hours of the attacks one group of people in the United States was beginning to realize that 9/11 would change their lives too. How did that awful day impact American Muslims?

The Heat was joined by:

  • Arsalan Iftikhar, an international human rights lawyer and the Senior Editor for The Islamic Monthly Magazine.
  • Sahar Khamis is an associate professor of communication at the University of Maryland.
  • Wajahat Ali is a presenter and journalist with Al Jazeera America.
The Heat: 9/11's impact on American Muslims Pt2

The Heat: 9/11's impact on American Muslims Pt2

It's been 14 years now since terrorists attacked the United States killing almost 3,000 people on September 11, 2001. It was one of the deadliest days in the nation's history and its impact is still being felt today. The terror attacks changed America. They resulted in more security at home and wars abroad. And, within hours of the attacks one group of people in the United States was beginning to realize that 9/11 would change their lives too. How did that awful day impact American Muslims? The Heat spoke to Arsalan Iftikhar an international human rights lawyer and the Senior Editor for The Islamic Monthly Magazine, Sahar Khamis is an associate professor of communication at the University of Maryland and Wajahat Ali is a presenter and journalist with Al Jazeera America.

The Heat: 9/11's impact on American Muslims Pt3

The Heat: 9/11's impact on American Muslims Pt3

It's been 14 years now since terrorists attacked the United States killing almost 3,000 people on September 11, 2001. It was one of the deadliest days in the nation's history and its impact is still being felt today. The terror attacks changed America. They resulted in more security at home and wars abroad. And, within hours of the attacks one group of people in the United States was beginning to realize that 9/11 would change their lives too. How did that awful day impact American Muslims? The Heat spoke to Arsalan Iftikhar an international human rights lawyer and the Senior Editor for The Islamic Monthly Magazine, Sahar Khamis is an associate professor of communication at the University of Maryland and Wajahat Ali is a presenter and journalist with Al Jazeera America.