Mandy Patinkin at the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 18, 2016. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)
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Mandy Patinkin knows that his show "Homeland" hasn't always shown Muslims in the best light – but he says that is changing with the award-winning show's sixth season.The Showtime show, which also stars Claire Danes, is highly acclaimed but has also been criticized for its depiction of Muslims as terrorists. In the new season, Danes' character Carrie Mathison is back in the United States, helping American Muslims. Patinkin, who praised Muslims for their contributions to civilization, is trying to make a difference in his own life as well. He works with refugees as part of his work with the International Rescue Committee, and he urged President Donald Trump to be more welcoming to people displaced from war-torn countries.
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