Interfaith Scholars Explore Role of Religious Law in Protecting Religious Freedom

Interfaith Scholars Explore Role of Religious Law in Protecting Religious Freedom (Nov 4, 2011) The bigoted campaign in America that spreads fear and lies about Islam would like the world to believe that Muslims are naturally...

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Islamic Theology Does Not Condone Extremism

Islamic Theology Does Not Condone Extremism (March 31, 2011) In its continuing response to extremism, ISNA hosted a roundtable discussion for government and interfaith leaders, entitled, “Understanding Extremism, Embracing...

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A Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King: The Power of One

A Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King: The Power of One One of the most memorable moments in my life was when I was introduced to Dr. Martin Luther King. I remember when I was an undergraduate student completing a homework...

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ISNA and Shoulder-to-Shoulder Faith Leaders Applauded in Senate Hearings

ISNA and Shoulder-to-Shoulder Faith Leaders Applauded in Senate Hearings (March 30, 2011) On Tuesday of this week, the Senate Judiciary Sub-Committee on the Constitution held their hearing on the status of Muslim civil rights in...

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Islamic Society of North America’s History of Countering Extremism and Promoting Tolerance

Islamic Society of North America’s History of Countering Extremism and Promoting Tolerance (March 11, 2011) Yesterday, the House Committee on Homeland Security held a hearing, entitled, “The Extent of Radicalization...

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Deviant theology of violent extremists

Deviant theology of violent extremists By Imam Mohamed Magid Executive director, All Dulles Area Muslim Society; President, Islamic Society of North America; Board member, Muflehun As an American imam at one of the largest...

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