(Michael Noble Jr. for The Washington Post) There are people such as the self-described right-wing Southern Baptist, shopping at Bullseye Gun, Gear and Pawn on a recent day, who is certain that Muslims think they have the right to kill you and take your wife as a sex slave. The man declined to give his name, he said, because he employs a number of Muslims in his health-sector company anyway and did not want them to know what he thinks. He still goes to cookouts and ballgames with them, he said. [ How fringe anti-Muslim conspiracy theories went mainstream via Trump ] On the other hand, said James McCarroll Jr., a pastor at First Baptist Church, were seeing more of an acceptance, a lot of it being spurred by the university having a large community of Muslims. The day after the election, flowers were left on the mosques doorstep, and a stranger approached the new imam, an Egyptian, at the Walmart and welcomed him to town. Nothing seems to illustrate the complicated attitudes better than Tammy and Ahmed Ragabs family three conservative Muslims and three evangelical Christians sharing a house. visitThe couple bought a home with Tammys parents five years ago. To the Ragabs, Trump is a threat personified. They see him as a man whose policies and rhetoric have emboldened people to attack and vilify Muslims, including their 12-year-old daughter, who they said was threatened at school the week after the election. Tammys parents and sister voted for him. In five years of diverging viewpoints and lifestyles the couples cook separately, watch different news channels and celebrate different holidays a simple harmony has prevailed, they said, because they love each other. Tammys parents eat pork, go to church and keep a whole cabinet of Jesus statues in the house, Tammy said.
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