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FILE PHOTO: Women watch as a nurse attends to their relative who is being treated at an intensive care unit of a hospital for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Sanaa

As War And Covid-19 Ravage Yemen, $1.35 Billion In International Aid Isn’t Nearly Enough

Yemen was "already the world's biggest humanitarian crisis after more than five years of conflict."

Kansas Republican Group Defends Decision To Invite Speaker Who Compared Islam To Cancer

The organizer of a Republican event in western Kansas has defended the choice of an anti-Muslim keynote speaker — who compared Islam to cancer.

What Muslim Digital Community Organizers Learned From A Remote Ramadan

Young Muslims’ efforts to keep their communities connected during the holy month have birthed virtual iftars, Quran study groups, game nights and trivia nights on nearly every possible platform.

In U.K., Hard-Hit Muslim Communities Struggle to Bury the Dead

The coronavirus outbreak has disproportionately affected some areas of Britain. A Birmingham mosque’s car park has been transformed into a makeshift mortuary to handle the influx of bodies.
Tlaib, Lowenthal pen op-ed asking Trump administration to release aid to Palestinians to fight COVID-19

Reps. Rashida Tlaib Asking President Trump To Release Congressionally Approved Aid To Palestine To Help Combat The Coronavirus Pandemic

Reps. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) and Alan Lowenthal (D-Mich.) wrote an op-ed in The Washington Post on Saturday asking for President Trump to release congressionally...

Inside Kashmir’s lockdown: ‘Even I will pick up a gun’

Indian-administered Kashmir has been an under unprecedented lockdown since Monday, when India revoked a special constitutional status dating back nearly 70 years. The BBC's...
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U.N. Report Reveals Grisly Details About Khashoggi’s Killing

An investigator called for greater scrutiny of the Saudi crown prince and other officials in the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Kansas Prison Harassing Muslim Woman, Denied Her Medication

Guard called Muslim headscarf a ‘rag,’ Kansas prison discriminates, rights group says.

Anti-Muslim Hate Group Brags About Weekly Meeting With The White House

At conference, ACT for America brags about access to White House, Donald Trump.
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Benjamin Netanyahu Is Fine With Anti-Semites

Mehdi Hasan from The Intercept, asks whether the prime minister of Israel is part of the solution to rising anti-Semitism — or part of the problem.
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How Pakistan’s Cricket Superstar Became Prime Minister

Imran Khan was sworn in as Pakistan’s new prime minister on August 18, but he is no ordinary politician.
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Why Assad’s Regime Sees Doctors As The Enemy

Assad’s regime sees doctors as the enemy.
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Israeli Court Rules To Demolish Palestinian Village

Israel to green light the demolish of a Bedouin village in the occupied West Bank.
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Mosul Rebuilding After ISIS

Iraq says it needs $88 billion to repair all the damage caused during the battle to drive Islamic State fighters from the country.
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Palestinian Mail Reaches The West Bank, 8 Years Late

10 tonnes of mail was blocked by Israel from entering the occupied West Bank and Gaza from 2010 to and this year.

A Guantanamo Guard And His Detainee Reunite

They bonded over the movie The Big Lebowski. The main character, "The Dude," a victim of mistaken identity.
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Saudi Arabia: Open For Tourists

Saudi Arabia is spending half-a-trillion dollars on coastal resorts and an entertainment complex to try and attract more tourists.
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Making Hope Amid Violence In Chicago’s Southside

Rebuilding A Chicago Neighborhood By Forging Connections To The Muslim Community
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Danes Rally As ‘Burqa Ban’ Law Comes Into Effect

Hundreds protest in Copenhagen, saying law infringes women’s rights to dress as they choose.
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Muslim Candidate For Governor Faced Religious Discrimination From Both Parties

Abdul El-Sayed, the former director of the Detroit Health Department, is a practicing Muslim, and he would be the first Muslim-American governor in the nation if elected.