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George Clooney Defends Muslims, Criticizes Trump

NEW YORK – The worldwide famous Irish-American actor George Clooney has come out swinging at the American President Donald Trump and how he treats Muslims and other American minorities, Irish Central reported on October 13. Trump was dealing in fear, Clooney said during his speech at Variety Magazine’s “Power of Women” event in Los Angeles: …

Muslim Ban Led Me to Islam

Muslim Ban Led Me to Islam

I came across Islam due to all of the coverage from the Muslim ban. I am a justice warrior for Equality and Equity for ALL. Initially, I was hesitant because people kept telling me lies about Islam and Islamophobic propaganda, which intimidated me. I didn’t feel I…

US Muslims Voice Concerns as Court Considers Travel Ban

WASHINGTON – Immigrants, refugees, and American community activists rallied in Washington D.C. on April 25 as the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Hawaii to determine if President Donald Trump’s travel ban is legal. “Many Muslims and Somalis living in Minnesota have really been confused,” Jaylani Hussein, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations …

Ring of Anti-Ban Protesters Protect Praying Muslims in NYC

NEW YORK – In a gesture of support, interfaith demonstrators gathering in New York City to mark the one-year anniversary of President Donald Trump’s first “Muslim ban” formed a human chain of protection around Muslims as they knelt down in the public space for Friday prayers. “It’s practically important and symbolically important to stand with …

American Group Releases "Muslim Ban" Cure

After the success of its mock-medicine curing Islamophobia, America’s largest civil rights group has released a sugar-free gum specially crafted to “ban bad breath, not Muslims.”

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What Are Muslim Countries Doing to Help Muslim Refugees?

Short Answer: They’re doing far more than most English-speaking media outlets are reporting. A core problem is the phrasing used to refer to refugees: “…many… are not considered refugees and they are not part of the UNHCR statistics. They are classified as “Arab brothers and sisters in distress”. Another key issue is the lack of established …

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