EXCERPT: By Arshad Chowdhury

Osama bin Laden's many victims include, first and foremost, those who died on Sept. 11, 2001, and their grieving families, the soldiers sent to war and the loved ones they left behind, and a new generation forced to grow up in a more polarized and paranoid world. For all of them, bin Laden's death must bring a sense of relief, of justice finally served.

But his victims also include millions of American Muslims – or Americans suspected of being Muslims – for whom the al-Qaeda leader's death means something different: the chance to finally reclaim our faith and our identity.

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