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A shariah myth

A pervasive Shariah myth The radical right’s pet theory about Dearborn—or any of the cities and neighborhoods featured on the no-go list. Yet the creeping-sharia myth is so pervasive that it’s been repeated by folks like Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, considered a 2016 presidential hopeful, and by failed 2010 Nevada U.S. Senate candidate Sharron Angle, a Tea Party adherent, among numerous other Republicans. Fox News was forcecher Terry Jones hopped on the Dearborn bandwagon, planning to to demonstrate against—yep—the nonexistent spread of sharia law. Stopped by a court, Jones returned in 2012, and again in 2014. He’s been to the city—and been tried in its U.S. and state-law governed court for breach of the peace in 2011, when he and a companion were released after being ord...

Are Muslims Of America awake?

An Eye Opener- IF MUSLIMS ARE AWAKE ? During president Obama's last State of The Union address, when he rightly stated that the United States is a nation that will not tolerate anti-Semitism, the entire Congressional body stood up and applauded in support. In his next breath, when the President stated that America would stand against anti-Muslim sentiment, the chamber fell silent. Yet, Muslim American heard this silence, loud and clear. Muslims don't belong, and our elected officials seem to agree....

Duke University allows Muslim ‘Azan’ for Friday prayer

M. Akhtar, Ph.D.

DURHAM, N.C. — Tuesday,January 13,2015.School officials said. A weekly call-Azan, to prayer for Mu...

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