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O.P.O.W. Executive Director Bilal Mahmud was credentialed to
photograph the 50th annual convention of the Islamic Society of North America. (ISNA)
On August 31, Bilal Mahmud was allowed access to the entire ISNA convention a a photographer taking pictures for Oppressed…Continue
Pope Francis condemned trickle-down economics and the world of inequality and exclusion it fosters in the first…
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the fourth Thursday of November, the same day as…Continue
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Last week, one of the clearest shifts in the decades-long debate over Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) came
Post submitted by Michael Toumayan, HRC Religion and Faith Program Manager
into light from the largest U.S.-based Muslim organization, the Islamic Society of North…Continue
Anger is growing in the Detroit area over the killing of Renisha McBride, a 19-year-old African-American woman who
Renisha McBride, a 19-year-old African-American woman
was shot dead by a white homeowner on his front porch. Her family says she died as she was seeking help after a car accident. The homeowner told police he believed McBride was trying to break into his home, but he claimed his gun accidentally…
Since the Syrian tragedy began three years ago, commentators have been quick to lambast one side or another for
By Desmond Tutu
their lack of leadership, singling out Bashar al-Assad, or the rebels, or Russia, or the United States, or the Arab League, or the United Nations, or perhaps another entity. We are spoilt for choice.
Meanwhile the war rages on and Syria’s families continue to be torn apart. What…Continue
Attitudes of the American public and elected officials toward intelligence go in cycles. There is an oscillation between
A common complaint from spy agencies is that they get blamed for “intelligence failures” when they miss something and they get attacked for “intelligence abuses” when they go too far with their espionage. The public veers from one type of “scandal” to the next, as ex-CIA analyst Paul R. Pillar…
How do I begin? How do I journal my purpose?
Authored by Nicole Newman
The year 2009 started out with a bang! The seeds of the entrepreneurial forest the Creator planted on my heart in 2006 were beginning to bear fruit! Accomplishing the goal is so close I can feel and touch it. The wealth and abundance is so close, I can taste it. BUT as the remembrance of God is the center of my entire world, and on this journey it is up to Him,…
One of the stars of the critically-acclaimed documentary "The Interrupters," called "the most necessary film of the
year" by Slatelast year, was interviewed Wednesday on "The Colbert Report" a matter of weeks before the film makes its Feb. 14 television debut on PBS's Frontline.
Ameena Matthews is one of the…Continue
The New York City Police Department has sought to place an informant on the board of a
The FBI employs the same…Continue
A U.S. drone strike killed three people in northwest Pakistan earlier today, marking the first such attack since
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif publicly called for President Obama to end the strikes. Just last week, Amnesty International said the United States may be committing war crimes by killing innocent Pakistani civilians in drone strikes. Today we air extended clips from the new documentary,…