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Imams Refuse To Perform London And Manchester Attackers’ Funeral Prayers

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by Aysha Qamar In a powerful letter, more than 130 imams and Muslim religious leaders from the UK and other Western countries have said they refuse to perform funeral prayers fo

Muslim Pedestrians Struck by Van After Prayers in London

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by Aysha Qamar "I want to kill all Muslims” Witnesses say they heard the driver shout, as a van rammed into pedestrians in a diverse neighborhood in north London. Witnesses

Qatar and the Escalating Tensions and Infighting in the Persian Gulf

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by Saeed Khan Qatar has emerged as the latest pariah state in the Middle East; its crimes? According to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), it has been a sponsor

Indians and Pakistanis Share in Mob Violence Against Victims of their Definition of Blasphemy

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by Saeed Khan India and Pakistan will both be celebrating their 70th anniversary of independence from British rule this August. While the festivities are only a day apart, these

The Lessons Muslim Americans Learn from Trump’s Visit to Saudi Arabia

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by Saeed Khan An American president’s first overseas trip is considered significant because it suggests the trajectory a new administration will assume regarding its foreign

The 2017 French Elections are a Beacon of Hope to Progressives Everywhere

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by Saeed Khan The highly anticipated French elections are over and for many, the right person won. Relative political newcomer, former investment banker and Economy Minister Emm

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