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Federal judge rules Trump’s Twitter account is a public forum

A federal judge in New York has ruled that President Donald Trump cannot block people from following or viewing his @realDonaldTrump Twitter account. While the case will...

How Christian media is shaping American politics

For Americans growing up between the 1950s and the 1980s, religion was not a regular presence on television. Aside from Sunday morning shows or...

Warren official resigns after anti-Muslim posts

A Warren official whom the Michigan chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations called on to resign for making anti-Muslim comments on social media...

It’s time to ask deeper questions about school shootings

To what extent does school – through things like athletics, homecoming royalties or dances – encourage what some political scientists have called the “status...

Local media struggle to hold Sinclair accountable

Sinclair Broadcast Group’s stations are under renewed scrutiny following Deadspin’s release of a montage of anchors reading the same script about fake news. Since then, many of...

A peek into the lives of Puerto Rican Muslims and what...

For Juan, Ramadan is a balancing act. On the one hand is his religious faith and practice. On the other is his land, his...

War on fake news could be won with the help of...

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently acknowledged his company’s responsibility in helping create the enormous amount of fake news that plagued the 2016 election – after earlier denials....

From the Bullet to the Ballot: A Strategic Shift in the...

By Dr. John Andrew Morrow (The following opinion piece was published in al-Bawaba: The Middle East Gateway on April 15, 2004, and has long been...

Who Fears The Covenants Of The Prophet Muhammad With The Christians Of The...

By Roberto Vertutti   To ask: “Who fears the Covenants of the Prophet?” is synonymous with asking “Who fears the truth?” This is the issue at hand. Those who fear the truth...

What are halal foods?

During the month of Ramadan, for 30 days, Muslims who choose to fast will neither eat nor drink during daylight hours. At night, when they...

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