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American Muslim Participants speak to reporters about the release of a 2005 publication by the Coordinating Council of Muslim Organizations titled "First Impressions: American Muslim Perspectives on the 9/11 Report."

Speakers include Talat Hamdani, the mother of an American Muslim victim of September 11, Mounzer Sleiman, who speaks about the September 11 Commission report, and Rizwan Mulana, a speaker on civil rights from the Council of American Muslim Relations.

Among the topics the speakers address are civil liberties and detention of Arab Americans, immigration issues, and Muslim responses to law enforcement efforts under the USA Patriot Act. Following their remarks, they answer questions from the audience.

The speakers include Johari Abdul-Malik (Executive Chair - Coordinating Council of Muslim Organizations), Talat Hamdani
(Mother), Bonita McGee (Member - Coordinating Council of Muslim Organizations), Corey Saylor (Director - Council on American-Islamic Relations-)

This recording took place at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. and the briefing was organized by the Coordinating Council of Muslim Organizations. It was broadcast on C-Span on February 14, 2005.
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