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Velshi has strongly defended the Muslim community's right to build a mosque and Islamic center (Park51) near Ground Zero in New York City.Velshi has also been critical of Peter King's hearings on Islamic radicalization in the United States as a form of Islamophobia and branding King as "naive".After The Turnaround, Velshi was assigned to the newly launched The Situation Room from 2005 to 2006.Velshi joined American Morning as business correspondent in late 2006 and then again as co-anchor in 2011.Ali Velshi (born October 29, 1969) is a Canadian television journalist, a senior economic and business correspondent for NBC News since October 2016 and co-anchor with Stephanie Ruhle of Velshi & Ruhle on MSNBC.
In 2005, Velshi hosted 13 hour-long episodes of The Turnaround, a reality television show, during which he traveled across America, introducing small business owners who were facing challenges or seeking to grow their businesses, to high-profile mentors who helped the small business owners develop a plan for success.
In Toronto, Velshi began his professional reporting career as a General Assignment reporter for CFTO.
He later became a business reporter and anchor for Cable Pulse 24 and its then sister station City TV.
Velshi supports the separation of mosque and state and rejects "Political Islam" which requires the implementation of Sharia law.
He has been in turn accused of downplaying the role that mainstream Islamic jurisprudence, scholarship, and interpretation play in the development and application of Islamic extremism and branding negative statements about Islam as biased.