Impressions of Terrorism, Drawn From Court Files

19 February 2008: “Last year, 888 judicial opinions mentioned Muslims, Islam or variations on those terms, more than in any other year in the history of the United States. In contrast to the views of many academic researchers and civil liberties groups, Mr. Breinholt says the decisions show that terrorism prosecutions work and that American Muslims are prickly, litigious and poorly integrated into American society.”

Read the complete article by Adam Liptak in the New York Times.