International

Turkey’s Referendum and Constitutional Change: Back to the Future?

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by Saeed Khan April 16, 2017, will mark the Turkish national calendar as the day the country’s political landscape changed forever. The national referendum, called by President

Pakistani Women Reclaim the Streets by Getting on Bicycles

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by Fatima Ahmed Pakistani society, a male-dominated society, isn’t always a friendly and safe atmosphere for women living there. In fact, women often find themselves victims of

Sweden Peace Shattered with Violence and What it Could Mean for Immigration to Europe

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by Saadia Faruqi On Apr. 7, 2017, a truck rammed into shoppers in Stockholm, Sweden, killing four and injuring many more. Muslims everywhere held their breath as the news of an Uz

Junaid Jamshed: From Pakistani Rock n’ Roll Icon to Poster Boy of the Tablighi Jamat

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By: Sarosh Jafri, community submission Like many of you, I came to learn about the tragic fate of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Flight 661 and was disheartened. What st

Displaced Iraqi Christians await return to Mosul with bated breath

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By Gilgamesh Nabeel and Ammar Al Shamary, RNS correspondents  BAGHDAD (RNS) The Rev. Martin Banni, a Chaldean Catholic priest, grabbed the Eucharist, the church’s official

British Ambassador First Senior Diplomat To Perform Hajj After Conversion

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By Laura Fawaz, contributing writer “I have converted to Islam after being in Muslim societies for 30 years, and right before getting married to Huda,” said British Ambassa