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DC historians dig up details of America’s earliest Muslims
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For most Muslims, what happens to the body of a deceased person is not quite as important as what happens to that person’s soul. Still, historians of all backgrounds are scrambling to locate the body and belongings of a Muslim buried in Washington, DC nearly 200 years ago, for it touches the soul of early American history.




Washington’s high-powered terrorist supporters
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We now have an extraordinary situation that reveals the impunity with which political elites commit the most egregious crimes, as well as the special privileges to which they explicitly believe they — and they alone — are entitled.




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.




FBI investigating mosque threat
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The FBI is investigating a threatening e-mail sent to a Clifton mosque that was the target of a pipe bomb attack almost five years ago.

FBI officials say they have no evidence the e-mail is connected to the previous attack, but they are taking no chances.




Jews on First: Special Report from the CUFI Conference
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Christians United for Israel’s (CUFI) fifth annual Washington Summit, held this past July 20-22, 2010, highlighted once again the persistence and institutionalization of CUFI as the American Christian Zionist organization. As with its previous Summits, it was repeatedly emphasized that t




Hip Muslim Moms group undone by D.C. Metro bomb plot
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When Esraa Bani’s phone started ringing Wednesday with news reporters on the line, she had no idea that an Ashburn man named Farooque Ahmed had been arrested for plotting to blow up Metrorail stations in Northern Virginia, or that such a story could have anything to do with her.




Eric Allen Bell: One Mosque Too Many?
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MURFREESBORO, TENNESSEE: a small town with nearly 200 churches where a single mosque is one mosque too many. Murfreesboro is home to the one of the largest universities in Middle Tennessee where the ROTC building is named after the first Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, Nathan Bedford Forrest