Hussam Ayloush is the Los Angeles director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, the country’s largest Muslim civil liberties organization, in Anaheim, Calif., in May 2016. The council has called for increased police protection of local mosques after letters that threatened the genocide of Muslims and praised President-elect Trump were sent to multiple California mosques in late November.
Hussam Ayloush is the Los Angeles director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, the country’s largest Muslim civil liberties organization, in Anaheim, Calif., in May 2016. The council has called for increased police protection of local mosques after letters that threatened the genocide of Muslims and praised President-elect Trump were sent to multiple California mosques in late November. Luis Sinco Los Angeles Times/TNS
Hussam Ayloush is the Los Angeles director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, the country’s largest Muslim civil liberties organization, in Anaheim, Calif., in May 2016. The council has called for increased police protection of local mosques after letters that threatened the genocide of Muslims and praised President-elect Trump were sent to multiple California mosques in late November. Luis Sinco Los Angeles Times/TNS

Letters threatening genocide, praising Trump sent to mosques

November 26, 2016 06:09 PM