Civil rights groups appeal ruling allowing NYPD to spy on Muslims

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Syed Farhaj Hassan, 35, who is now the first-named plaintiff in a lawsuit filed last week by Muslims Advocates group (on behalf of NJ Muslims) vs. the NYPD is photographed in his home in Helmetta, NJ on June 15, 2012.

Syed Farhaj Hassan, 35, who is now the first-named plaintiff in a lawsuit filed last week by Muslims Advocates group (on behalf of NJ Muslims) vs. the NYPD is photographed in his home in Helmetta, NJ on June 15, 2012.

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(RNS) Muslim Advocates and the Center for Constitutional Rights appealed a federal judge’s ruling that affirmed the right of the New York City Police Department to spy on Muslims.