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Muslims Host Philadelphia Cops Breakfast

Hundreds of Philadelphia cops were hosted by Muslim American Society leaders on Sunday, September 25, for a special breakfast to share experiences and break the ice.

Having Churches in Saudi Arabia

Having Churches in Saudi Arabia

Salam Dear Bilal, Thank you for your question and for contacting Ask About Islam. In fact, non-Muslims under Islamic Shari`ah do possess special rights irrespective of whether they constitute a minority or a majority. Islam makes it clear that Muslims are not allowed under any circumstances to burn holy places or books of non-Muslims or to …

Muslim Festival Extends Bridges in Memphis

Building bridges among different communities, the Muslim community in Memphis has hosted MusliMeMfest to strengthen the relationship between the diverse peoples of Memphis and Shelby County and spread more information on Islamic culture.

Leeds Muslims Help Needy in Day of Giving

Members of Leeds Muslim community have joined their hands to offer the needy in their city a special day, offering hundreds of toys, gifts and food parcels in the annual day for charity.

Muslim Elected Student President in Catholic Univ.

A Muslim student has been elected by the Georgetown University student body to serve as the Jesuit school’s student association president, becoming the first Muslim to hold the position in the Catholic university.

US Muslims Work on Building Diverse Communities

CHICAGO –Discussing ways to reassure Latino, elderly and refugee Muslims, leaders, scholars and activists united with the aim of determining ways to build more diverse communities during ISNA 2015, North America’s largest Muslim convention. Utilizing a newly introduced initiative, the Roundtable Discussions, ISNA organized six discussions at the annual event covering a wide range of …

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