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Police Say Road Rage Led To Killing Of Muslim Girl In Virginia

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There's no indication so far that Darwin Martinez Torres was motivated by race or religion, according to authorities. But Nabra Hassanen's father believes she was targeted because she was Muslim.

Police: Muslim girl's death not a hate crime

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Police in northern Virginia say a man fatally beat a Muslim teenager with a bat during a weekend road-rage incident.

Muslims question whether girl’s killing was road rage

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Islamic leaders are questioning Virginia detectives’ insistence that the beating death of a teenage Muslim girl appears to have been a case of road rage, saying the attack looks all too much like a hate…

Muslims question whether girl's killing was road rage

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Islamic leaders are questioning Virginia detectives' insistence that the beating death of a teenage Muslim girl appears to have been a case of road rage, saying the attack looks all too much like a hate crime.

Muslims question whether girl’s killing was road rage

Islamic leaders are questioning Virginia detectives’ insistence that the beating death of a teenage Muslim girl appears to have been a case of road rage, ...

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