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(Salt Lake City-AP) -- F-B-I agents in Utah are talking to Iraqi immigrants in the state -- telling them about resources available in case they are discriminated against, and asking them what they think about the war in their homeland.
The American Civil Liberties Union isn't so sure about the interviews. The A-C-L-U has begun distributing leaflets through the Muslim community -- telling people of their rights and listing lawyers who have volunteered to help.
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