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Latest Posts

  • Israeli forces attack worshippers in Al-Aqsa Mosque raid
    MEE: Videos show armed Israeli forces brutally beating worshippers inside the mosque, as women and children cry for help Israeli forces brutally assaulted dozens of Palestinian worshippers inside Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied East Jerusalem on Tuesday night and forcibly removed them from the site where they were peacefully observing the holy month of Ramadan.  Dozens of heavily armed officers stormed […]
  • Payments Denied, Flagged And Scrutinized: The Harrowing Experience Of Banking While Muslim
    A new report shows the degree to which American financial institutions discriminate against Muslims, and many are worried about the impact this will have during Ramadan. By Rowaida Abdelaziz for HuffPost A quarter of the American Muslim population has faced hurdles while banking in the United States, according to a report released last week by the […]
  • Summary – Bulldozer Politics: Modi’s Demolition Drive Fuels Muslims’ Fears in Kashmir
    Paraphrase summary of the Guardian Article on Modi’s policy in Kashmir In this article, the author discusses the recent demolition drive led by India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi, targeting structures in Kashmir allegedly built illegally. The Muslim community in Srinagar has been particularly affected, with many feeling increasingly fearful and insecure as their properties […]
  • Should “Islam” matter in US foreign policy?
    In the United States, it is difficult to overstate the degree to which Islam has fallen off both the domestic and foreign policy agenda. In many ways, this is a welcome improvement over the near-constant preoccupation with American Muslims and Muslims abroad as objects of concern during the post-9/11 period. With the Trump administration’s […]
  • The symbol of hijab in America’s legal and political world
    ACCORDING to some research estimates, up to seven million Muslims live in the United States. Muslim women are the most likely of any faith to wear the visible symbol of faith identity, namely the hijab, which presents them as visibly Muslim in all public settings. Studying the daily life experience of hijab-wearing Muslim women in America […]

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