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No Place to Run, No Place to Hide: How the Genocide in Myanmar Against Muslims Has Unfolded

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by Amina Khan Rohingya women, men, and children are ruthlessly being executed by the Myanmar army as a form of ethnic cleansing. These Muslims are being hunted like animals, wh

Muslim Americans Protest the Continuing Genocide Against Rohingyas

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by TMO Staff Muslims worldwide plan to observe September 16, 2017 as a day of silence in solidarity with Rohingyas to protest the ongoing genocide against them. The call is gi

DACA: Trump Pronounces the Death of Dreams

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by TMO Staff About 800,000 young undocumented immigrants are at risk of deportation, if the president and members of the House and Senate can not make a deal in the next 6 month

New Strategy for Afghanistan Calls for More Troops

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by Aysha Qamar “My original instinct was to pull out, and historically I like to follow my instincts,” President Donald Trump said in a speech outlining his plan for the 16-y

Authorities Shoot and Kill Suspect of Barcelona Attack

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by Rehan Qamar Tragedy hit as a car plowed through a crowd in Barcelona, Spain last week. 13 people were killed, with more than 100 injured, in the terrorist attack that occurred

Trump Proposes Immigration Cuts in New Bill

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by Aysha Qamar “It’s great to be here today to unveil legislation that would represent the most significant reform to our immigration system in a half a century,” President

Ibtihaj Muhammad: Fusing Faith, Fashion and Fencing

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by Humera Dasu Islam, saber fencing, and Louella, all have a common denominator- and that is Ibtihaj Muhammad. Otherwise known as the first hijabi on the American Olympic team, Mu

Anti-Immigrant Group Mistakes Bus Seats for Women

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by Aysha Qamar "It looks really scary, should be banned. You can never know who is under there. Could be terrorists with weapons,” comments on a picture posted on a private Nor

Black Muslim Hip Hop Artists Take on “Agent Orange” at the Grammys

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by Fatima Ahmed In today’s politically charged climate, the Grammys found themselves becoming a platform for numerous stars to voice their political stances. From Paris Jackson

The Importance of Solidarity Between Muslims and Non-Muslim Brown Folks

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by Natasha Sharma –Follow @browngirlmag Note: This article is republished from browngirlmagazine.com with permission It is no secret that since the attack on the Twin Towers