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Shari’a Law event moved from Farragut High School to local church
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A Shari’a Law event that some say discriminates against Muslims has been moved from its prior location to a local church. “Act for America” planned to hold that town hall at Farragut High School, but that stirred up some controversy between a UT Muslim group and organizers of the event.

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Local religious leaders unite for change in immigration law
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By Kurt Streeter

Several of Southern California’s most prominent religious leaders held a vigil for immigration reform in downtown Los Angeles on Friday, underscoring a growing interfaith effort to change the nation’s laws.




Victoria Jackson says she is fighting for the ‘soul of America’
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When a Muslim, Daoud Abudiab, moved in near Victoria Jackson’s suburban neighborhood, she responded with a post on her website titled, “Civilization Jihad, Hits Home (my back yard, literally).”




Sikhs, Muslims, Christians meet at Franklin mosque to educate, understand
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Written by, Vicki Travis

FRANKLIN — Three groups of three Sikhs, three Muslims and three Christians met Sunday to share their faith and then, like any good gathering, share a meal.




Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts presents a honest view of Muslim culture
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by Zehra Abbas

In keeping with UH’s much-appreciated diversity, the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts is making an effort to gain a better understanding of Muslim culture.




Jewish, Muslim schools unite for random act of kindness
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CBC

Two faith-based Richmond schools put cultural differences aside and came together for an annual display of goodwill.




A Jewish Voice For Philadelphia’s Muslims
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Four months after Jacob Bender, a Jewish filmmaker from Manhattan, was appointed to a symbolically landmark position with an American Muslim organization, he says he is serving as an example of interfaith tolerance.




GOP congressman silent while racist Tea Partyer calls for Obama assassination
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Republican Congressman Jim Bridenstine of Oklahoma was at a Tea Party event with constituents a few weeks ago when a woman went off about how President Obama needed to be killed.




Huntsville seminar: Christian, Hindu, Muslim leaders on ways to pass faith wisdom to children
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A Christian, a Muslim and a Hindu walk into a university together. And what happens next, according to community leaders, is no joke – walking together can build a more harmonious, more creative, more inspiring place to live.




Yes, Richard Dawkins, a Muslim baby is a Muslim baby. Because that’s just how it works
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A few days ago, Richard Dawkins wrote to the Times to complain that they had referred to “Muslim babies”. Because, in his view, a baby isn’t a fully developed human being so it can’t possibly be conscious of being a Muslim.