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Muslim Tatars: The patriots practising a 'light version of Islam'

Muslim Tatars: The patriots practising a ‘light version of Islam’

Muslims have lived in Poland for 600 years, but there is a fear that they will gradually abandon their culture. by Agnieszka Pikulicka-Wilczewska The year was...
Obama Extols Pluralism at Forum for Overseas Indonesians

Obama Extols Pluralism at Forum for Overseas Indonesians

Former U.S. president Barack Obama has returned to Jakarta, the Indonesian city that he called home for part of his childhood, to deliver the...
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Recognizing World War II Muslims that sheltered fleeing Jews

WASHINGTON, April 27, 2017 – One of the little-known stories of the Holocaust is that of Muslims who risked their lives to save Jews...
Ted Nugent Says the Parkland Survivors 'Have No Soul'

U.S. Monitoring Europe on Religious Discrimination

The United States is monitoring Western Europe for signs of religious discrimination, particularly against Muslims and Jews, according to the annual report from the...
In ‘historic’ move, Trump envoy hosts interfaith meeting

In ‘historic’ move, Trump envoy hosts interfaith meeting

During summit with Jason Greenblatt, Jewish, Muslim and Christian clergymen vow to advance peace and to ‘reject all incitement to violence’ By Raphael Ahren...
Islamic Society wins ‘landmark ruling’ in long battle for new mosque

Islamic Society wins ‘landmark ruling’ in long battle for new mosque

Bernards Township's insistence that a proposed mosque have more parking spaces than churches or synagogues is unconstitutional, a federal judge said in a ruling...

After dismal year, many Muslims look to Christmas for joy

WASHINGTON — In rural Waverly, Tenn., population 6,000, locals shower the only Muslim family in town with Christmas gifts. The same neighbors who voted...
Pakistan’s Sindh province outlaws forced conversions

Pakistan’s Sindh province outlaws forced conversions

A province in Pakistan has passed a new law, with provision for life sentence, against forced religious conversions following criticism over protection of minorities...
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New Amazon Prime Commercial 2016 – A Priest and Imam meet for a cup...

Two old friends meet for a cup of tea and discover they share a problem.
Religious Freedom: A Muslim Perspective

Religious Freedom: A Muslim Perspective

Delivered at the Catholic-Muslim Forum in Indianapolis, Indiana, on Tuesday, October 18, 2016, hosted by Sacred Heart Catholic Church and the Islamic Society of North...

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