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Mosque (In)Security in the Age of Trump

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by S. N. Syed Mosques across America (and elsewhere) are experiencing fires, violence, vandalism, and malicious threats at an alarming rate since the election of Donald Trump (i

17 Year old Nabra Hassanen’s Death Shakes the American Muslim Community to the Core

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by Aysha Qamar Another tragic death stuns the Muslim community as a body found in a pond is identified as 17-year-old Nabra Hassanen, of Reston- Northern Virginia. Hassanen was

Anti-sharia Protesters are Selling Phantom Threats

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by Victor Ghalib Begg On June 10, an anti-Muslim group organized rallies in numerous cities across our country against the myth of creeping sharia. What is sharia, or Islamic

The Burden of Being American Muslim in an Anti-Muslim Era

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by Fatima Ahmed In November of 2015, a series of coordinated terror attacks took place in Paris which shocked the world. Just last month, a far-right leader tweeted a video of M

#HappyPeriodDetroit Provides Female Hygiene Products to Local Shelters

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by Nargis Rahman Recently #HappyPeriodDetroit, a local chapter of the social movement #HappyPeriod which provides female hygiene products to those in poverty or homelessness, an

American Muslim Diversity: An Opportunity Or an Opportunity Wasted?

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by Imam Luqman Ahmed Aside from the annual Hajj pilgrimage in Mecca, the presence of Muslims in the United States is arguably the most racially and ethnically diverse assemblage

Understanding the Angst of America’s White Working Class

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by Saeed Khan During the 2016 election campaign, Democratic candidate Hilary Clinton remarked that half of Donald Trump’s supporters could best be described as a “basket of

If All Else Fails, Blame Shariah: The Broken Record of Political Opportunism and Bigotry

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by Saeed A. Khan As the Trump administration completes its first one hundred days in office, hate has a second wind in public. According to the Anti-Defamation Leagues 2017 Audi

Terrorism versus Gun Violence

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By Laura Fawaz, contributing writer If you ask the average American what a threat they feel most to the safety of America, most will respond, terrorism.  Though once the data

Muslim Public  Affairs Council Convention 

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By: Susan Schwartz, contributing writer The Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) held its 2016 annual national convention this past Sunday at the Long Beach, Ca. Convention Cent