DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) — The path hasn't been easy for many Americans who chose to convert to Islam. It didn't get any easier after the tragedy of Sept. 11.For Caleb Carter, the road to becoming a Muslim took years. But he says the attacks were a turning point, when his high school teacher at the time reacted by disparaging Muslims.While the experience of every Muslim who found the faith is different, some who spoke to The Associated Press leading up the 10th anniversary of 9/11 describe a journey that has been rewarding, if challenging.Carter says he has not been confronted or criticized personally for his faith. But he has been most affected by the statements of politicians and pundits who misinterpret the Quran.