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Days after reporting the crime, Seweid went missing, sparking a missing person's appeal and another large police effort.Yasmin Seweid was arraigned at Manhattan's Criminal Court on Wednesday for falsely reporting an incident to police and obstructing governmental administration.The 18-year-old claimed she was singled out by the hate-spewing Trump supporters on December 1 who branded her a 'terrorist' and tried to rip off her hijab when she boarded a subway on her way home from college.Ethnic cleansing and genocide during the Bosnian War (1991–95) have had an effect on the territorial distribution of the population.Partly due to this, According to the Bosniak entry in the Oxford English Dictionary, the first preserved use of "Bosniak" in English was by British diplomat and historian Paul Rycaut in 1680 as Bosnack, cognate with post-classical Latin Bosniacus (1682 or earlier), French Bosniaque (1695 or earlier) or German Bosniak (1737 or earlier).Sources say she made up the elaborate story to cover up for the fact she had been out drinking late with friends.
Her parents ordered her to shave her head as punishment for the scandal.
She is pictured right with a shaved head in court Among those to support her in court on Wednesday was Seweid's older brother Abdoul who was himself arrested in 2012 for lying to police.
According to estimates commissioned in 2008 by the National Security Council of Turkey (Milli Güvenlik Kurulu) some 2,000,000 Turkish citizens are of Bosniak ancestry as mainly descended from Bosniak emigrants in the 19th and early 20th century.
Nikken Suardini, who works for a law firm in the capital Jakarta, was concerned about the proposed Muslim ban, saying: 'If he is elected president he will block Muslims from entering the US - well, that's just not fair.'Some observers were more sanguine as the 70-year-old maverick appeared heading for the White House, hoping that his populist rhetoric was aimed at winning votes and would not be translated into tough xenophobic policies if he enters the White House.
Tahir Ashrafi, a senior Pakistani government cleric, said: 'We hope that Trump's remarks against Muslims were only to boost his campaign and he will realise that Muslims are a large population in the U.
English speakers frequently refer to Bosniaks as Bosnian Muslims or simply as Bosnians, though the latter term can also denote all inhabitants of Bosnia and Herzegovina (regardless of ethnic origin) or apply to citizenship in the country.