The Irving, Texas, neighborhood of Irving is a vibrant and culturally diverse place.
It has a vibrant Middle Eastern culture that’s been around for centuries, and it’s a home to a large number of different religions and ethnicities.
This diversity and diversity is why the city of Irving has become so popular among the American public, according to a recent Pew Research Center study.
Irving, however, has also faced some challenges, like the high number of hate crimes in 2017, which saw the city recorded 763 hate crimes, which is the highest number in the country.
There are also many Muslim-American residents, including the family of the Islamic State-inspired terrorist, Ahmad Khan Rahami, who were arrested on September 6 in a shootout with police.
Rahami was the subject of a hate crime investigation in 2016 after police arrested him for assaulting a female law enforcement officer in New Jersey.
The investigation into Rahami’s arrest is still ongoing.