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Sacha Cohen and Arab Minstrelsy
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In May of 2005 I joined a group of students and activists to watch a documentary entitled Paul Robeson: Here I Stand. Paul Robeson was an American political figure, though he remains virtually unknown by most in his home country.




One Man’s Passion Births Islamic Museum
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Washington D.C.’s Mall is the home of many of the city’s finest museums, housing works of the masters at the National Museum of Art, historic aircraft at the Air and Space Museum and America’s Native heritage at the American Indian Museum.




Islamic Heritage Museum Opens in D.C.
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By Arlene Borenstein

Southeast Washington is now home to a new museum commemorating Islamic heritage in the United States. The “America’s Islamic Heritage Museum and Cultural Center” held a reception and media preview today.




Geller, the Tea Party and Islamophobia
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The term “Islamophobia” was defined in a 1997 Runnymede Trust Report as “unfounded hostility towards Muslims, and therefore fear or dislike of all or most Muslims.” Among the characteristic elements of Islamophobia highlighted in the report:




Justin Elliot: From accused murderer to member of Congress?
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In a race that has largely been flying under the national radar, a former Marine who killed two unarmed Iraqi prisoners in 2004 and who has made the threat of Islam and the “ground zero mosque” centerpieces of his campaign has a real shot at being elected to Congress.




Pamela Geller: The Looniest Blogger Ever
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The answer is the looniest blogger ever: Pamela Geller. If you are unaware of who Pamela Geller is then we apologize for bringing her being into your world, but she is all too familiar to those of us who browse the internet and have come across her shrill and plainly insane blogging on Atlas Shrugs. (Given the amount of hallucinations on that blog, Atlas Shrugs should properly be renamed Atlas Drugs).