How Does It Feel to Be a Problem?

by

Moustafa Bayoumi

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The No-Fly List Term Analysis

A list of tens of thousands of people who are considered terror threats and accordingly banned from all commercial flights in the United States. In practice, tens of thousands of people (including small children) have also been inadvertently prohibited from flying because they share a name with someone on the list, which has been expanded to include many liberal activists, priests and nuns, and even American congresspeople.
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The No-Fly List Term Timeline in How Does It Feel to Be a Problem?

The timeline below shows where the term The No-Fly List appears in How Does It Feel to Be a Problem?. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Preface
Racism, Discrimination, and Foreign Policy Theme Icon
Arab American Identities Theme Icon
Faith, Tradition, and Islam Theme Icon
Justice, Activism, and the Future of American Democracy Theme Icon
...to help the community leaders, who ask how to strengthen Muslim charities and avoid the no-fly list . (full context)