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Asra Nomani’s back in PBS’s ‘The Mosque in Morgantown’

posted by dali

If you are at all active in the national American Muslim community, or if you have paid attention in the least bit to the myriad of issues Muslim-Americans have struggled with since the tragedy of 9/11, then you’ve heard of […]


‘The Domestic Crusaders’ Explores Modern Islamic Art

posted by dali

On September 11, 2009, playwright Wajahat Ali’s “The Domestic Crusaders” will make its world debut off-Broadway. Why does this matter? Because with this play, Ali is thrusting the genre of Islamic art into a modern arena, where theater, television, and […]


Kareem Salama: A Muslim Country Singer for Your iPod

posted by dali

When I think of Muslim musicians, the genres of hip hop, rap, maybe a little rock, and of course the more religious category of nasheeds and Sufi-type music come to mind. But what about country? Putting aside the whole huge […]


Muslim Video Contest Reveals Being an ‘Arab in America’ Isn’t Easy

posted by idol chatter

For many American Muslims, the mainstream presentation of their diverse voices seems lost in a vacuum dominated by simplistic, cardboard stereotypes depicting them as fundamentalists or perpetual suspects. Thankfully, Link TV in collaboration with One Nation has provided a way […]

Demand ‘Britz’ on BBC America

posted by Ellen Leventry

Lost in the hustle and bustle of this past Thanksgiving holiday was one of the most riveting post 9/11, and in this case post 7/7, dramas made to date, “Britz.” This thriller follows the lives of Sohail and Nasima, a […]

Michael Jackson Converts to Islam

posted by dali

Don’t call him the King of Pop anymore, because Michael Jackson has converted to Islam and wants to be called Mikaeel. The 50-year-old pop star took his shahada (oath of faith) in Los Angeles on Friday, as reported by news […]

Arab Soap Opera Showcases Equality in Marriage

posted by dali

Quick! When you think of what married life is in the Middle East, what comes to mind? Women clad in black burkas, abayas (robes), hijabs, and face veils, sticking close to home, raising kids and following the lead of her […]

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posted 11:21:24am Nov. 25, 2015 | read full post »

The Letters: The Movie Everyone Wants to See
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posted 1:10:16am Nov. 23, 2015 | read full post »

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posted 11:27:19am Nov. 13, 2015 | read full post »

Joan of Arc - A Behind the Scenes Exclusive
[youtube][/youtube]Joan of Arc is a holiday season special airing on BYUtv on Thanksgiving, November 26 at 6 PM MT with rebroadcasts throughout the holiday season. It includes dramatized scenes of ...

posted 9:00:08am Nov. 09, 2015 | read full post »

Explore National Geographic Channel’s ‘Breakthrough’ From  executive producer Ron Howard and Brian Grazer comes a global series event, "Breakthrough." The series provides a thought-provoking and imaginative perspective on scientific discovery as ...

posted 10:49:43am Nov. 06, 2015 | read full post »


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