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Get to know a Muslim, rather than hate one

September 27, 2010

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By Tom Krattenmaker, USA Today A strong work ethic, devotion to God and family, conservative views on abortion and sexuality — on these scores and more, the newcomers would appear to be right in stride with the traditional-values folk in Anytown, USA. In view of the Christian gospel followed by most of the established residents, […]

ABC News Tests How Americans Respond to Hijab

September 24, 2010

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In spite of Islamophobia, most Americans treat our sisters in hijab with respect.

U.S. Muslim Travelers Warned of Forced Exile

July 12, 2010

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CAIR is suggesting that all U.S. Muslim Travelers (US citizens included) obtain the cell phone of an attorney before traveling overseas just in case they are placed on the No-Fly list and they are prevented from returning to the US. U.S. Muslim Travelers Prevented From Returning to the U.S. FBI Prevents Virginia Muslims From Returning […]

National U.S. Muslim Organizations Condemn Terrorist Attacks in India

November 28, 2008

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KAC calls Mumbai Terrorist Attacks Reprehensible Crimes Against Humanity Washington, D.C. November 27, 2008. The Kashmiri American Council (KAC) expressed its utter disgust at the terrorist attacks perpetrated in Mumbai, India. Condemning the bestiality in the strongest terms, the KAC pledged to contribute, in whatever form possible, to the rehabilitation effort of the affected families. […]