New York's Muslims blast police surveillance tactic

Hundreds marched to NYPD headquarters protesting against racial profiling, spying on Muslim areas
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Muslims rally in Foley Square during a protest of ethnic profiling by law enforcement on November 18, 2011 in New York City(Getty Images)
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Muslims held a rally and Friday prayers and were joined by protesters affiliated with Occupy Wall Street (AFP/Getty Images)
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The Muslim protesters prayed in a lower Manhattan park and marched to New York police headquarters (AFP/Getty Images)
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They were protesting a decade of police probing mosques and spying on Muslim neighbourhoods (AFP/Getty Images)
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According to Associated Press newswire, it was the first organised opposition to the NYPD's intelligence tactics (Getty Images)
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Investigation had revealed widespread spying programs documented every aspect of Muslim life in New York (Getty Images)
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Muslims pray in Foley Square as supporters look on (Getty Images)
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Members of the Muslim community stage a rally (AFP/Getty Images)
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Police walk past as Muslim gather for a rally (Getty Images)
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According to AP, protesters carried signs that said "NYPD watches us. Who watches NYPD?" (AFP/Getty Images)