Islam is the latest US casualty

(BY SUHAIL A. KHAN) Long before Donald Trump’s demonizing of Muslims, the Founding Fathers debated whether Islam should be defended.

As American Muslims find themselves at the center of a heated debate over religious freedom, it’s important to remember that our nation’s founders contemplated these very issues since before the creation of the United States.

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The need for soul searching

(By Yasser Latif Hamdani) The question that Muslims must ask as a community is why do Muslims shoot people. It would be all too easy to blame Islam as a religion but the doctrine of Islam does not promote the wanton killing of innocents, say what you may about it.

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AIOU signs agreement with US academy to provide educational facilities to American Muslims

The Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) and Baytul Iman Academy New Jersey (USA) signed an agreement on Wednesday to provide educational facilities to American Muslims and overseas Pakistanis for learning and promoting Islamic knowledge as per the teachings of Quran and Sunnah.

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New York’s paranoid spying on American Muslims

The United States spends millions flying diplomats around the planet to bolster America’s relationship with the Muslim world. Meanwhile, its reservoir of trust among the Muslim community at home is rapidly being depleted — courtesy of the New York Police Department (NYPD).

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How American Muslims are Misconstrued in the US even Today

While 9/11 thrust the American Muslim community into the center of public attention nearly a decade ago, misinformation regarding this group persists against an alarming back-drop of rising Islamophobia. . . . → Read More: How American Muslims are Misconstrued in the US even Today