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Unity Walk celebrates all faiths in remembrance of 9/11
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A microphone reverberated with the deep and sonorous Muslim call to prayer shortly before 2 p.m. Sunday. “Allaaaaaah — uh — Akbar!” An entire congregation bowed its head in prayer — a Jewish synagogue filled with Muslims, Jews, Christians, Buddhists, Sikhs, Hare Krishnas, Mormons, Pentecostals, Greek Orthodox, Baha’i and others.

Jennifer Zobair: When Bigotry Came to My Book Reading: A Muslim Feminist’s Love Letter to Cambridge
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It happened. A heckler. At my first solo book reading.

I was promoting my debut novel, Painted Hands, at Cambridge’s Porter Square Books. Though I was an attorney in a past life, I was ridiculously nervous.

Faith Focus: Youth of 3 faiths meet for peace
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by Clint Cooper

On Friday, about 75 young people — Muslims, Christians and Jews — will gather at the DuBose Conference Center in Monteagle, Tenn., and talk about all that supposedly weird stuff they do in their particular faith.

Pope extends hand of friendship to “Muslim brothers and sisters” during Good Friday rite
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ROME – Pope Francis reached out in friendship to “so many Muslim brothers and sisters” during a Good Friday procession dedicated to the suffering of Christians from terrorism, war and religious fanaticism in the Middle East.

Orlando, Florida: Billboards stress commonality of religions
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The billboards proclaiming “Same family, Same message” sprouting throughout the Orlando and Daytona Beach areas are sponsored by the Longwood-based American Muslim Community Centers, the Islamic Center of Orlando and the United Muslim Foundation in Lake Mary.

MSNBC’s most viewed in 2012: Rev. Graham says Obama seen as ‘son of Islam’
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Rev. Franklin Graham, the son of the evangelist Billy Graham, told Morning Joe‘s panel that he couldn’t say whether or not President Obama is a Christian. “I think you have to ask President Obama,” Reverend Franklin Graham said on February 21, 2012.

A Muslim Christmas?
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December 25th was an an average day for the majority of the world’s Muslims, but for some, it signified Christmas along with its variety of associated meanings. Muslim beliefs related to Christmas and its celebration vary considerably–from a fun-loving holiday, to a dangerous heretical practice.

Daily Show correspondent, Aasif Mandvi takes on Muslim stereotypes
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By Samuel Burke and Claire Calzonetti, CNN

Aasif Mandvi’s job title as a TV correspondent is both a complete joke and utterly realistic: Senior Muslim Correspondent.

Pro-Muslim Subway Ads to Hang Near Anti-Jihad Ads
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Updated, 6:47 p.m. | Striking back against an anti-jihad advertisement in the subways widely perceived as anti-Muslim, two religious groups – one Jewish, one Christian – are taking out subway ads of their own to urge tolerance.

More Evidence: Obama is a Secret Mooslim
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Contrary to widely held assumptions, Muslims revere Jesus and the Virgin Mary, and both are mentioned extensively in the Qur’an. There is no reason for Muslims to celebrate the denigration of Jesus.