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Minnesota Achieves a Unique Distinction in Christian Muslim Relations
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Minnesota Achieves a Unique Distinction in Christian Muslim Relations Posted by: Zafar Siddiqui “Say, ‘O people of the book’ [a term which particularly refers to Jews and Christians] ‘come to common terms as between us and you: that we worship […]




Police Called to Hate Event at Minnesota School After ‘Mob’ Harasses Muslim Woman
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(via. Loonwatch) For more on Usama Dakdok, see our previous articles that detail just how violent and hateful this man, a pal of Robert Spencer and Geller is: Meet Robert Spencer’s Fellow Christian Extremist: “Usama Dakdok” Rev. Deacon Robert Spencer’s Ally […]




No NSA reform can fix the American Islamophobic surveillance complex
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Better oversight of the sprawling American national security apparatus may finally be coming: President Obama and the House Intelligence Committee unveiled plans this week to reduce bulk collection of telephone records.




Civil Rights Groups Protest Closures Of Muslims’ Bank Accts.
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By Katie Rucke

A Minneapolis-based bank has been closing the accounts of its customers in the Islamic community for years, but nobody can figure out why.




Rep. Keith Ellison: Being a Muslim in Congress Has Gotten Better
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Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., was the first Muslim elected to Congress and it’s not always been an easy ride. Monday, on book tour duty for his new tome, “My Country ‘Tis of Thee,” he spoke at the Center for American Progress about being a member of a religion that’s often treated as the “scapegoat du jour.”




Department of Defense celebrates Iftar meal at the Pentagon
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The Department of Defense celebrated its 15th Iftar meal, July 12, at the Pentagon. Attending the event were senior defense leaders, White House and congressional staffers, foreign dignitaries, defense attachés, imams, Gold Star families, and Muslims who work in the defense community.




Muslim students kicked out of church after challenging Islamophobic fraud Walid Shoebat
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Two exchange students attending school in Perham, Minnesota say they were kicked out of a church there when they questioned a nationally known speaker who says “Islam equals terrorism.”




Keith Ellison: Congress must take control of drones
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Civilian deaths are too high, and the president’s power is too sweeping. An unmanned U.S. aerial vehicle — or drone — reportedly killed eight people in rural Pakistan last week, bringing the estimated death toll from drone strikes in Pakistan this year to 35.




Bachmann Compares Letter From Muslim Advocacy Group To Hitler’s Manifesto
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Within her long conversation with host Jan Markell and co-host Eric Barger, Bachmann suggested that Americans read Islamic study materials to learn about Muslims’ supposed plot to conquer Western civilization, comparing the tactic to reading Adolf Hitler’s infamous book, Mein Kampf.




Women Role Models Inspire US Muslims
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CAIRO – Stimulating a sense of pride in Muslim women, an umbrella Muslim organization has organized workshops to teach leadership skills and promote community engagement among females in Minnesota.