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It’s official: Sharia will be an issue in 2012 Presidential Election
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We saw last year in the “ground zero mosque” saga just how politically potent fear of Islam can be. So perhaps it’s no surprise that theincreasingly high-profile “issue” of sharia, or Islamic law, has now entered presidential politics.




Queen Noor of Jordan responds to Newt Gingrich’s remarks on the Muslim Brotherhood (VIDEO)
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Queen Noor of Jordan appeared in a prime time exclusive with Piers Morgan tonight to talk Egypt and more. She spoke specifically about the Muslim Brotherhood. “Most Arabs are moderate peaceful centrists,” she said.




Duke study shows number of Muslim-Americans involved in terrorism sharply declined, overblown by media
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A new study released today by the Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security at Duke University shows that the number of Muslim-Americans who perpetrated or were arrested for terrorist acts declined sharply in 2010.




Injustice cannot defeat Injustice
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Defend the Prophet

Some of America’s leading Muslim figures, including Suhaib Webb (pictured), speak on the use of violence as a means to impact change, and its contrary nature to Islam’s teachings.




The U.S. Supreme Court and Islam
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Muslims understand that depictions of the Prophet are unlawful. However, in this case, this depiction created by a non-Muslim was done with the intention of honoring Islam and making the statement that Islam is an important part of American life and history.




Muslim students provide 500 coats for poor
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Students of the Al-Hijra and An-Noor Islamic schools lent a warm hand to the Unemployed Help Centre by donating more than 500 coats on Tuesday. Working with the Rose City Islamic Centre and the Windsor Islamic Association, the two schools managed to beat last year’s record by almost 100 coats.




UM-Ann Arbor discussion focuses on Muslim women stereotypes
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She told the diverse crowd, which asked several questions about the subject, that the choice to wear a hijab (Islamic traditional headscarf) is based on a wide variety of different factors.




Mosque begins to rebuild, students rally for peace
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The suspect in the plot, 19-year-old Mohamed Osman Mohamud, was indicted earlier this week on the charge he attempted to use a weapon of mass destruction against people and property. He pleaded not guilty.




CU-Boulder professors explore Islam in the Rockies
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Three Journalism and Mass Communications faculty members are traveling the Rocky Mountain region documenting the personal stories of Muslims in an area where they are considered a small minority.




Most Religious Leaders (except Franklin Graham) Support Park 51 Mosque
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TIME conducted interviews with eight prominent, diverse religious voices in the U.S. on the subject of the so-called Ground Zero mosque and community center in New York City.