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Published on Sep 12, 2008
Muslims' America - Growing up post 9/11 - 1.2 - A special presentation.
Being bullied in middle school is not uncommon. But for Idrees, when his classmates began calling him a camel jockey, they crossed the line.
In the wake of 9/11, governments and community leaders dealt with the political fallout of the most devastating terrorist attack in US history. But, as VOA's Muslims' America finds out, the social fallout for American Muslim youth was just as devastating.
Siawash Azizzada grew tired of people asking him if his grandfather was Osama bin Laden. But, like millions of other Muslim youth, he decided to get back not with his fists, but by showing the world that there is more to Islam than al-Qaeda.