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World’s Largest IPO: Saudi Aramco

By Mohammad Khalid, community submission On January 4, Mohammad bin Salman Al Saud, the son of King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, hinted to the media that Saudi Arabia is c

When Lies Ignite Disastrous Wars

By Soura Alzubeidi, contributing writer In the past 50 years, America has been at war nonstop. And so far, we have learned so little, and achieved even less. America has ada

The Noor Effect is Coming to Dearborn

Noor Tagouri, famously known as the Muslim woman who seeks to be the first major news anchor in the United States, is making her way to Dearborn for a visit this week. She has been

Hollywood reworks Muslim stereotypes

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By Julie Poucher Harbin, RNS correspondent (RNS) As part of his “Islam in Film” class at the University of Nebraska, religious studies professor Kristian Petersen scre

Lemonade: To Drink or Not to Drink


By Noor Salem, contributing columnist The summer season is kicking in, and so are the cravings for ice cream, cold lemonade, and other cooling beverages. I’ve had a number

Arsalan Iftikhar on the answer to Muslim scapegoating


(RNS) Arsalan Iftikhar, a human rights lawyer and former NPR commentator, has written a new book, “Scapegoats: How Islamophobia Helps Our Enemies and Threatens Our Freedoms.” T

Spaghetti and Pasta: Noor’s Take

By Noor Salem, contributing columnist Many people love pasta, but don’t love when I advise them of the harmful ingredients the majority come along with. Whether you’re twirl

New Coalition Working To Combat Drug Abuse Stigmas

By Laura Fawaz, contributing writer A new coalition working to combat substance abuse and the greater stigma that comes with it, inside the Arab American communities launched la