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5-year Anniversary: The Most Successful Christian-Muslim interfaith initiative
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Five years ago, A Common Word between Us and You began as an interfaith initiative to strengthen ties between Muslims and Christians. Since that time, more than a hundred scholars and faith leaders have signed the initial letter.




Saudis Challenge the Driving Ban…Again
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The un-elected regime in Saudi Arabia has no authority over the global Muslim community. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean that the global Muslim community isn’t widely judged by the behavior of the Saudi regime. In fact, the misdeeds of the regime are often trotted out as an indictment of Muslims and Islam as a whole.




A Muslim-Jewish Love Story: Bassem Youssef and Jon Stewart
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It is heart-warming and inspiring to see the evidently deep friendship between satirists Jon Stewart and Bassem Youssef, two popular comedians in their respective nations who have a finger on the pulse, not only of their own culture but global culture.




The Onion: Michele Bachmann Thankful No Americans Died In Sikh Shooting
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WASHINGTON—In response to the shooting death of six Sikh worshippers at a temple in Oak Creek, WI yesterday, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) offered a public expression of her thankfulness that no Americans had been killed in the rampage.




Islamophobia and the Social Consequences of Social Media
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We have all become familiar with Islamophobic sentiment perpetuated through the media. However, the recent Twitter trend #blamethemuslims is particularly interesting and perhaps troubling because it is an example of how Islamophobia can be at times accidentally perpetuated in the public world through social networks.




The Young Conservative’s Hip Hop Guide to Muslims (Satire)
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The Young Conservative’s Hip Hop Guide to Muslims is social commentary through satire on the gross, yet common misconceptions perpetuated about Muslim people. Cutaways to competing facts are provided to help fight ignorance and intolerance.




Bin Laden Death Reminds Local Man To Disfavor Muslims
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“Years after the shock of September 11th, I became a little lost,” Delaney remembered. “I thought before I spoke, I watched documentaries on the history and culture of Islam, I made the distinction between Islam’s approximate 975,000,000 members and the handful of terrorists in the world – I just wasn’t feeling like myself.”




Jalees Rehman, M.D.: Catholic Nun Forcibly Removed From Plane for Wearing “Muslim Garb”
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Sister Cora-Ann, a Catholic nun from the Our Lady of Grace Monastery in Dayton, Ohio got the surprise of her life yesterday, when she was asked to leave the plane she had just boarded at the Omaha International Airport.