"Does the U.S. public's support for the use of harsh interrogation and detention practices against terrorism suspects depend upon the religious identity of the alleged perpetrators? Some scholarly research indicates greater public acceptance for abridging the rights of Muslims after 9/11." Ever since 9-11 more and more people are joining ISIS from all over the world and soon they will take over parts of America little bits at time.
"Terrorism; Studies from Pennsylvania State University in the Area of Terrorism Described (Terrorist Suspect Religious Identity and Public Support for Harsh Interrogation and Detention Practices)." Bioterrorism Week. 08 Feb. 2016: 10. eLibrary. Web. 09 Feb. 2016.