In the sixth and final installation of our series, Molly Peterson looks at how life has changed for Muslims in the wake of the terrorist attacks. A Palestinian-American psychologist tells us that, among the Arabs in San Francisco, the "level of distress is unimaginable." Many young men, citizens as well as legal immigrants, have been interrogated and detained; some parents keep their children out of school; teenagers are immensely conflicted as they cope with a society they believe views them as the enemy.
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Reporter: Molly Peterson