The very same anti-choice policies that antagonize women who choose to abort their pregnancies prey on those who pray for healthy pregnancies too.
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“The Muslim community’s feelings of fear and anxiety ... under Trump are symptoms [that] can be alleviated with beautiful gestures, like sending cards, but to fix the real problem ... we must directly combat Islamophobia, xenophobia, and racism,” said Aneelah Afzali of the Muslim Association of Puget Sound.