The Complexities of Being Both Latino and Muslim

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Some Muslims say that the Park 51 furor, and a rise in Islamophobia, make it harder to profess their faith publicly. Apparently not for this Bangladeshi halal butcher in Jackson Heights.

Latinos are a fast-growing group within Islam in the United States. Michael Simon Johnson, producer for NPR's Latino USA, and Maryam Jameel, reporter based in Washington, D.C. who co-produced this story for Latino USA, discuss the complexities of life for Latino Muslims.