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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.




Florida Muslim businessman sues Homeland Security over harassment
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A Central Florida Muslim businessman detained by authorities at airports and border crossings more than 30 times since June has filed suit against the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.




Sword-wielding woman arrested at Orlando mosque
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ORLANDO, Fla. –

A sword-wielding woman was arrested Wednesday morning after she entered a mosque located on the campus of a private Orlando school.




Florida: Muslim worker accuses UPS of bias
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In the last decade, 6,600 Muslims have filed complaints with the federal government, claiming that their employers discriminated against them because of their beliefs. But Ashraf Sarandah’s allegations against the United Parcel Service of America go way beyond the typical religious discrimination charges, according to his lawyers.




Eight cab drivers claim their boss made them choose between prayer and their job
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By: Alison Morrow

ORLANDO – It’s often said, “A picture’s worth 1,000 words,” but for the man in a picture taken a few months ago at Orlando’s Premium Outlets, the picture was worth his job.




Herman Cain: Thank God My Arab Doctor Wasn’t Muslim!
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(Via Gawker)

In case it wasn’t obvious already, Herman Cain’s brief outreach to the Muslim community to atone for his unending list of inflammatory statements is definitely over.




Former lawyer for Rifqa Bary could face sanctions
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The former lawyer for an Ohio teenager who ran away to Florida after converting to Christianity could face sanctions from the Florida Supreme Court.

Now, his response to hearing that news is angering his former legal adversary.