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Several hundred people have gathered in New York’s Times Square to protest at this week’s Congressional hearings on the US Muslim community.

The hearings will look at the extent of radicalisation within the community and the response on that issue of Muslim leaders.

Muslim organisations say they are being unfairly singled out.

The hearings are in response to such events as the Fort Hood shootings and the Times Square car bomb plot.

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