WASHINGTON (AP) -- Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson says Islam is antithetical to the Constitution, and he doesn't believe that a Muslim should be elected president. Carson, a devout Christian, says a president's faith should matter to voters if it runs counter to the values and principles of America. Responding to a question during an interview broadcast Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press," he described the Islamic faith as inconsistent with the Constitution. "I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation," Carson said. "I absolutely would not agree with that." He did not specify in what way Islam ran counter to constitutional principles. Carson's comments drew strong criticism from the country's largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, the Council on American-Islamic Relations. "To me this really means he is not qualified to be president of the United States," said the group's spokesman, Ibrahim Hooper. "You cannot hold these kinds of views and at the same time say you will represent all Americans, of all faiths and backgrounds." Hooper said the Constitution expressly forbids religious tests for those seeking public office and called for the repudiation of "these un-American comments." In a separate appearance on NBC, one of Carson's rivals for the GOP nomination, Ohio Gov. John Kasich, was asked whether he would have a problem with a Muslim in the White House. "The answer is, at the end of the day, you've got to go through the rigors, and people will look at everything. But, for me, the most important thing about being president is you have leadership skills, you know what you're doing and you can help fix this country and raise this country. Those are the qualifications that matter to me." Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, who taped Sunday an episode of Iowa Press, an Iowa Public Television program, was asked if he agreed with Carson's statements on Muslims being president. "The Constitution specifies that there shall be no religious test for public office, and I am a constitutionalist," Cruz said. Carson's comments came amid lingering fallout over Republican Donald Trump's refusal last week to take issue with a man during a campaign event who wrongly called President Barack Obama a Muslim and said Muslims are "a problem in this country." Also speaking on NBC on Sunday, Trump said that a Muslim in the White House is "something that could happen... Some people have said it already happened, frankly." In multiple interviews Sunday, Trump tried to draw a distinction between all American Muslims and extremist Muslims in the U.S. and elsewhere. "I have friends that are Muslims they're great people, amazing people," Trump said on CNN's "State of the Union." "You have extremists Muslims that are in a class by themselves," Trump added. "It's a problem in this country, it's a problem throughout this world.... You do have a problem with radical Muslims." GOP candidates have been split over whether to criticize Trump, who has been a vocal skeptic of Obama's birthplace and faith. Obama is Christian. In the NBC interview, Carson said he believes that Obama was born in the U.S. and is Christian, saying he has "no reason to doubt" what the president says. Carson also made a distinction when it came to electing Muslims to Congress, calling it a "different story" from the presidency that "depends on who that Muslim is and what their policies are, just as it depends on what anybody else says." Congress has two Muslim members, Democratic Reps. Keith Ellison of Minnesota and Andre Carson of Indiana. "If there's somebody who's of any faith, but they say things, and their life has been consistent with things that will elevate this nation and make it possible for everybody to succeed, and bring peace and harmony, then I'm with them," Carson said. Follow us on Twitter @Local12 and LIKE us on Facebook for updates!
Fourteen-year-old high school student Ahmed Mohamed is getting ready to visit the White House at President Obama's invitation. The teen was arrested for bringing a homemade alarm clock to school. His teacher and school administrators thought it was a bomb hoax. Mark Strassmann reports on the outrage over his teacher's reaction.
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Jeremy Christian, a known white supremacist, terrorized a Muslim woman and her friend on a train and slashed three men who came to their aid.
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Three people came to the defense of a Muslim woman who was being verbally attacked on the train when the suspect attacked, killing two and injuring one.
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ARIRANG NEWS 06:00 Coming up today,... as Paris remembers of the victims of Friday′s terror attacks,.. police reveal one of the killers is still at large. President Park Geun-hye is in Turkey for the G20 summit. With the Paris attacks overshadowing the event,... the leaders focus on terrorism issues at their working dinner. Plus,... North Korea declares a no-navigation zone in the East Sea, possibly indicating a missile launch is in the works. Stay tuned for these stories and more. Hello.... to our viewers around the world, it′s 6 a.m. on Monday, November sixteenth here in Seoul. Thanks for joining us,... I′m Mark Broome. Title: International manhunt underway after Paris terror attacks Our top story this morning... An international manhunt is underway for a man believed to have been involved in the Paris terror attacks, which killed one-hundred-29 people. Officials have described 26-year-old Belgium-born Abdeslam Salah as "dangerous". Saleh is one of three brothers believed to be involved in the attacks. On Sunday,... several AK-47s were found in an abandoned car which is believed to have been used by the attackers. Police have also named one of the attackers as French citizen Omar Ismail Mostefai . He was apparently known to security services. Mostefai is believed to be one of seven suspects killed during the attacks. Away from the investigation,... there are reports French President Francois Hollande wants a three-month state of emergency. An extension beyond 12 days requires parliamentary approval. And to remember the innocent civilians killed in Friday′s attacks,... thousands of mourners gathered outside Notre Dame Cathedral. The Catholic cathedral had been shuttered since Friday′s atrocities but opened for a special service to honor the dead. Title: No reports of Korean casualties in Paris terror attacks: Foreign Ministry Korea′s foreign ministry has confirmed that no Korean nationals were killed or injured in the Paris terror attacks. The Korean embassy in Paris spent the weekend contacting Korean community groups and travel agencies... and checking local hospitals that are known to have taken in attack victims. Around nine-thousand ethnic Koreans live in Paris. The government has issued a travel advisory for France following the attacks. It has issued a travel alert of "restraint" for the metropolitan Paris area. The alert level has been raised to "caution" for all other regions in France. The government is advising Koreans in Paris to be on guard and for those planning to visit the French capital to reconsider their decision. Title: President Park vows to join int′l efforts to root out terrorism In other news,... it is Day 1 of President Park Geun-hye′s ten-day diplomacy tour. In Turkey, it was the first day of the G20 summit on Sunday,... and anti-terror efforts have been front and center of discussions. Hwang Sung-hee reports. World leaders observed a minute′s silence
https://www.ibiology.org/cell-biology/epithelial-homeostasis/#part-3 Part 1: Epithelial homeostasis: Maintaining an intact epithelial barrier requires a balance between cell death and cell division. Rosenblatt describes the signals that regulate epithelial homeostasis. Part 2: Death by epithelial cell extrusion: Dying cells are squeezed or extruded out of epithelia by the contraction of neighboring cells. Extrusion can also remove live cells when cells become too crowded. Part 3: Aberrant epithelial extrusion and disease: When the regulation of epithelial extrusion goes awry, diseases such as asthma or cancer can result. Talk Overview: Both our entire body and all of our organs are covered with a protective layer of epithelial cells. These cells are constantly replicating and dying and a balance between cell death and division is critical to maintain epithelial homeostasis. Too much cell death can lead to gaps in the epithelial barrier while excess division can result in the formation of epithelial tumors. Rosenblatt is interested in understanding the signals that regulate epithelial homeostasis. In Part 1 of her talk, Rosenblatt describes her lab’s novel finding that stretching epithelial cells causes a stretch-activated Ca2+ channel (Piezo1) to open, increasing intracellular Ca2+ levels and stimulating pathways that trigger cell division. How do epithelial cells die and not leave a hole in the protective membrane? In Part 2, Rosenblatt explains how her lab discovered epithelial cell extrusion or the process of squeezing dying cells out of the epithelial monolayer. Sphingosine 1-phosphate (S1P) is released by extruded cells and stimulates neighboring cells to form an actomyosin ring. Contraction of the ring squeezes out the apoptotic cell. Interestingly, crowding can activate extrusion of live cells that go on to die once they lose contact with other cells. Rosenblatt’s lab found that live, extruded cells also release S1P. S1P release is regulated by the same stretch activated channel, Piezo1, as is cell division. These data provide a mechanism by which epithelial barrier function and constant cell densities are maintained. In her third talk, Rosenblatt describes how epithelial diseases such as asthma or cancer can result from aberrant cell extrusion. Too much cell extrusion can lead to holes in the epithelia and compromised barrier function, as seen in asthma. Too little extrusion can lead to masses of cells accumulating on epithelial surfaces, a process likely at work in some cancers. Rosenblatt also describes work from her lab that disrupted S1P signaling may play a key role in causing cancers of epithelial origin, such as pancreatic cancer. She also explains that extrusion from the basal face of an epithelial layer, rather than the usual apical extrusion, is likely an important first step in driving cancer metastasis. Speaker Biography: Dr. Jody Rosenblatt received her BA with honors from the University of California, Berkeley and, after a short stint at Chiron Corporation, she moved across the bay to work as a technician with David Morgan at the University of California, San Francisco. Rosenblatt stayed on at UCSF for her PhD where she worked in Tim Mitchison’s lab. She then moved to University College London for post-doctoral training. It was at UCL that Rosenblatt discovered extrusion and its role in epithelial homeostasis. Currently, Rosenblatt is an Associate Professor in the Department of Oncological Sciences at the University of Utah School of Medicine and an Investigator of the Huntsman Cancer Institute. Her lab studies cell death and division in epithelia. Learn more about Dr. Rosenblatt’s research here: http://healthcare.utah.edu/huntsmancancerinstitute/research/labs/rosenblatt/