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Muslim Students Get Mixed Reactions After San Bernardino Shooting

Six days after the San Bernardino shooting, 14-year-old Hassan Messelmani (R) was told by a teacher to "quit acting like a terrorist." He's shown here with his mother Samira Elzayat and 6-year-old brother Rami. (Maya Sugarman/KPCC)
Six days after the San Bernardino shooting, 14-year-old Hassan Messelmani (R) was told by a teacher to "quit acting like a terrorist." He's shown here with his mother Samira Elzayat and 6-year-old brother Rami. (Maya Sugarman/KPCC)

Muslim advocacy groups say there’s been an uptick in anti-Muslim incidents in Southern California after the shooting in San Bernardino earlier this month. Muslim students are having a range of experiences, from name calling to support and sympathy.

From KPCC in Los Angeles, Adolfo Guzman-Lopez reports.

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