Everyday I would see hate stickers against Muslims at Harvard Medical School. PHOTO: AFP
I was born in 1982, in the beautiful American city of San Jose, California. A proud patriotic Muslim American, my dad would decorate our house with lights every Fourth of July.
Fast forward to the year 2001, when I got admitted to one of America’s top medical schools – the Harvard Medical School in Boston. Moving from San Jose was hard. I stayed in the dorm. Every morning, when I went to take a shower, I saw a sticker on one of the bathroom mirrors on my floor that said,
‘Whoever is a friend of the Muslims is a traitor of Christianity and of America’.
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