Muslim-Americans in Texas Organize their Political Voice

June 10, 2002

Source: The Dallas Morning News

On June 10, 2002 The Dallas Morning News reported "more than 7,000 attend Muslim political rally at Texas Stadium." The article continued, "Organizers said the event – the first in Texas – succeeded because of the fallout, both positive and negative, from the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. 'America has engaged in a colossal conversation about Islam,' said Agha Saeed, the national chairman of the American Muslim Alliance. 'We are not looking at this [event] as a finished product, but as a continuing process.'" The event web site is