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"Shahid Haque-Hausrath sat down at his computer on the morning of
Sept. 28 and, as he does at the start of most work days, began reading
his email. In his inbox that morning was an email from the state's
top U.S. Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs
Enforcement official, Bruce Norum. ... When Haque-Hausrath read the contents that followed Norum's apparent recommendation, his curiosity turned to stunned amazement. The
forwarded message contained a lengthy, racially charged essay that
appeared to be a rebuttal to the idea that Arabs and Muslims deserve the
same protection under the law against racial profiling and
discrimination as other citizens."
Great Falls Tribune, Oct. 8, 2011.