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Mohammad Assaf: Son of Palestine
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by Ilisha

Mohammad Assaf received a hero’s welcome upon his recent return to Gaza, after winning the Arab Idol talent show in Beirut, Lebanon. His victory was celebrated throughout Palestine with chants, fireworks, and tears of joy.




Mayor of Malmö Slams anti-Islam Art Exhibition
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The mayor of Malmö has slammed an upcoming exhibition of work by controversial Swedish artist Lars Vilks, saying he hoped no one would visit the gallery to see artwork he said was “associated with xenophobes”.




Islam at the Louvre
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Paris (Wall Street Journal)

The roof of the Louvre’s new Islamic art department undulates like golden fabric gently lifted by the wind—a feat, considering it is made of steel and glass and weighs almost 150 tons.




Lars Vilks defends decision to join Geller’s hate fest
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Vilks, the Swedish artist who enraged Muslim groups with his depictions of the Prophet Muhammad as a dog, agreed earlier this month to speak at a conference organized by the anti-Muslim group Stop Islamization of Nations (SION).




Forget Stealth: Bold, Brash Graffiti Jihad Comes to Boston
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There is probably a terrorist in your lunchbox right now. Seriously. Well, maybe not an actual terrorist, but a stealth jihad symbol or doohickey of some sort for sure. Trust me. They’re everywhere!




Colbert Nation: Stephen Colbert talks with Reza Aslan about Mooslims
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Stephen Colbert discovers the difference between being Mooslim, Muslim, Islamic, and Mohammedan.

According to Reza Aslan, Muslims have decided in their secret gatherings to bring down democracy through art. (05:22)