Fatima Burney, left, 14, and Marwa Qudah, 17, are faced with anti-Muslim protesters during the Texas Muslim Capitol Day in Austin, Texas, on Jan. 29, 2015. Hundreds of Muslims from around Texas gathered for the Council on American-Islamic Relations rally and to talk to their representatives about legislation that's important to them.
Fatima Burney, left, 14, and Marwa Qudah, 17, are faced with anti-Muslim protesters during the Texas Muslim Capitol Day in Austin, Texas, on Jan. 29, 2015. Hundreds of Muslims from around Texas gathered for the Council on American-Islamic Relations rally and to talk to their representatives about legislation that's important to them. Jay Janner AP
Fatima Burney, left, 14, and Marwa Qudah, 17, are faced with anti-Muslim protesters during the Texas Muslim Capitol Day in Austin, Texas, on Jan. 29, 2015. Hundreds of Muslims from around Texas gathered for the Council on American-Islamic Relations rally and to talk to their representatives about legislation that's important to them. Jay Janner AP

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