March 2014
Marie Claire (US Edition);Mar2014, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p224
The article reports that critics raise their voice against a YouTube video entitled " Somewhere in America" created by the members of the organized group Mipsterz (Muslim + hipsters) to show how a muslim woman in America look like.


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