For weeks, the list of potential civil rights violations perpetrated by the New York City Police Department in its surveillance of Muslim students and others well beyond the department’s jurisdiction, has continued to grow. What is it about the culture within the NYPD that made this seem justifiable? And how does this kind of profiling make all of us less safe? Haroon Moghul, Religion Dispatches associate editor and fellow at the Center on National Security at Fordham Law and the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, helps answer some of those questions.

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