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The question we try to raise in this feature touches us in many ways. Whether we are contemplating marriage
by Hassen Laidi
ourselves, are concerned about a daughter or sister, or thinking about the general welfare of our community, we often find ourselves asking: what makes an ideal husband? And I hope that you will…Continue
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WASHINGTON, USA - Three imams including a US-born Muslim bound for a conference on Islamophobia were kicked
off US domestic flights out of security fears, clerics and an airline said Saturday.
Two imams boarded a flight from Memphis, Tennessee to Charlotte, North Carolina on Friday only to have it return to the terminal so they could be put through "additional screening," said a spokesman for Atlantic South Airlines (ASA), the Delta Connection airline…Continue
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The Syrian regime is laying siege to whole cities, and is willing to annihilate them to crush the peaceful democracy
movement. Security forces have cut off all food, water and medicine to these towns, shot hundreds of citizens, and detained and tortured thousands -- in many cases ripping out their fingernails before releasing them, as a warning to other protesters.
Despite this unimaginable terror, the Syrian people refuse to be silenced, and…
At the end of the Civil War in May 1865, a throng of Union soldiers marched along the streets of Washington, D.C.
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The end of someone like Bin Laden in such a way is an anticipated end. I do not think he had not expected it, nor did it
With Bin Laden’s death, many countries - as some believe - will hesitate to use his hold as an excuse, and will have no option but to look for other alternatives, writes Abdulaziz AlKhamis.
come a surprise to his supporters.
The question is what…
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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم…
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SOUTHFIELD, MI, 5/4/11) -- The Michigan chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-MI) today
welcomed a decision by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (CRCL) to launch an investigation into potential civil rights violations and profiling of Muslims by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) personnel at the United States-Canada border.
On March 24, CAIR-MI filed…Continue
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DAMASCUS - Anti-regime protesters pledged to press ahead with their "revolution" on Wednesday despite sweeping
Anti-regime protesters pledge to press ahead with their 'revolution' despite sweeping arrests by Syrian…
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Delighted Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip took to the streets on Wednesday to celebrate the signing of
Delighted Palestinians take to the streets as they celebrate reconciliation deal between Hamas and…
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When my husband was killed on the morning of 9/11, television stations around the world ran split-screen video. They
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As the world witnesses revolution erupting throughout North Africa and the Middle East and watches autocrats give
Americans conflate Islam with violence, but the concept of nonviolence is not foreign or new to Muslims, says Michael Shank.
way to people power, there is increasing fascination in the West with the nonviolent nature of many of these movements. From policy-makers to the press,…
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CAIR: Bin Laden Death Leads to Maine Mosque Vandalism…
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