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High School Student Seeks to Educate About Islamophobia

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By Marina Ali All too often, we hear the standard gripe of juvenilia as teenagers spend too much time on their phones and not enough quality time. Yet, hearing about wonderful a

Neighborly Needs Inc.: A helping hand

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By Aseel Machi By giving a helping hand–literally–a non-profit organization out of Detroit, MI, Neighborly Needs Inc. has been working with the local and surrounding communi

Ibrahim Abdul-Matin appointed director of Living Future Institute

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NEW YORK,NY-- The International Living Future Institute recently announced that Ibrahim Abdul-Matin, Director of Community Affairs at the NYC Department of Environmental Protect

Norwalk mosque finds permanent home

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NORWALK,CT--The Al Madany Islamic Center of Norwalk has found a permanent home. The mosque announced last week that it has purchased the property of a former Episcopal Church for $

Saman Khan named  top education support pro

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HILLSBOROUGH, NJ--Saman Khan has been named the 2015 Educational Support Professional of the Year” by the Hillsborough Education Association. The award honors the role that d

Student Muhammad Khan co-authors book on mathematics

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CALGARY--A graduate student will consider himself lucky if he publishes a paper in a peer-reviewed journal. But Muhammad Khan, a doctoral student in the department of Mathematics a

Interfaith prayer service held for Syrian refugees

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OKLAHOMA CITY,OK--An interfaith service was held  in Oklahoma City’s Bicentennial Park to pray for the Syrian refugees, according to the Red Dirt Report. It was  sponsored by t

University of Florida Fast-A-Thon helps charities

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More than 700 students of all faiths participated in the 13th Annual Fast-a-Thon at the University of Florida. The event was hosted by the student organization, Islam on Campus, w

Maryland Jewish group to partner with Muslims

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COLUMBIA,MD-A Maryland based Jewish group is working closely with the area's Muslim community to promote and preserve their respective burial practices. Kavod v’Nichum (Honor an

Professor Alwishah’s new book on Aristotle  

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CLAREMONT,CA--Ahmed Alwishah, associate professor of philosophy at Pitzer College, has co-edited a collection of essays, Aristotle and the Arabic Tradition, that examines Aristotle