LINDENHURST - A report obtained by the Associated Press shows that the New York Police Department kept close tabs on Muslims all across Long Island.The records, which date back to 2006, show that undercover NYPD officers kept Muslim Long Islanders and establishments with Muslim ties under close watch.Dozens of locations were watched across Suffolk and Nassau counties, including convenience stores, restaurants, markets and even Dunkin' Donuts shops.Long Islanders who spoke to News 12 Long Island were split on the surveillance, with some calling it an invasion of privacy and others arguing it's a necessary protection.AP: Records show NYPD monitored Muslim Stony Brook students