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“Police in Dearborn [Michigan] are trying to understand why a pressure cooker was left in the restroom of the Adoba Hotel, forcing the evacuation of guests until the early morning hours. The evacuation also canceled Sunday night’s banquet of the […]

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According to Slate.com: “In the days following the murder of a British soldier in London [22 May 2013], there has been a huge spike in anti-Muslim incidents, according to an interfaith charity. Faith Matters, an organization that works to reduce […]

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“Sumptuous, vibrantly colored ornamentation is a distinguishing characteristic of Islamic architecture. As the human form and figurative representation are strictly forbidden, there is a total absence of sculpture in Islamic edifices. Instead, geometric patterns and rich surface decoration reach unparalleled […]

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“In the last few years, a growing community of hijab fashion bloggers has changed the idea of what it means to be a modern Muslim woman,” writes Vanessa Rosales on The Daily Beast. Learn about hijab high fashion here. It […]

There’s a long-standing discussion in the United States about DWB arrests (that “driving while black” is reason enough for the police to pull over a motorist). Now, evidently, this has been expanded to “traveling while Muslim”. This story is simultaneously […]

According to the Aga Khan Development Network, His Highness the Aga Khan, Imam of Shi’a Ismaili Muslims, announced the engagement of his eldest son, Prince Rahim Aga Khan (age 42), to Kendra Spears, (age 24), a model from Seattle, Washington. […]

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