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FILE -  In this Dec. 29, 2010, file photo, Pakistani villagers carry the shrouded casket of a person reportedly killed by a US drone attack in Pakistani tribal area of Mir Ali along the Afghanistan border, during his funeral in Bannu, Pakistan. The Shamsi airfield in southwest Pakistan has become the centre of a political storm about Pakistan surrendering its sovereignty, as the airfield is suspected of housing U.S. drones used in missile strikes in Pakistan, but is actually under the control of the United Arab Emirates, although a UAE official has denied that the Gulf state has any operational role. (AP Photo/Ijaz Muhammad, file)

America’s Problem With Policing Doesn’t Stop At The U.S. Border

George Floyd wasn’t the first victim of state violence in the United States; law enforcement officers have killed countless people who were never properly memorialized and for whom justice was never sought.

US Muslims Urged To Speak Up Against Racism

“My message to the Muslim community is, stop looking at this like it’s an African-American problem. This is a problem of humanity.”
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How George Floyd Was Killed in Police Custody

George Floyd Died After Police Knelt on His Neck During Arrest

Perspectives From The Muslim Community Over The Killing Of Ahmaud Arbery

Ahmaud Arbery was a 25-year-old athlete, who was jogging in a neighborhood outside Brunswick, Georgia on February 23 when two white men chased him down and shot him.
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Republican In Iowa’s 2nd District Primary Calls For Islam’s Religious Status To Be Revoked

A Republican candidate for Iowa's 2nd Congressional District, whose platform calls for redefining Islam as "militant cultural imperialism seeking world domination," says he doesn't believe Islam is protected under the First Amendment.

Muslim Detainee’s Family Issues Plea For Help As Ice Detention Centres Report Coronavirus Cases

Ibrahim Mohammad was scheduled to be released from US prison last month but is now languishing at ICE facility amid Covid-19.

With Mosques Shut, Muslims Turn To Technology For Their Spiritual Needs

The spread of the coronavirus has affected Muslims across the world, with religious leaders making adjustments to longstanding traditions to contain the spread of the disease.

Hundreds Rally In US Cities Against Anti-Muslim Violence In Delhi

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At Supreme Court, A Case On Abuse Of The No-Fly List

Three Muslim men say F.B.I. agents tried to use the list to coerce them into becoming informants, in violation of a federal law protecting religious freedom.
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Who Killed Malcolm X?

For more than half a century, scholars have maintained that prosecutors convicted the wrong men in the assassination of Malcolm X.
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Brother Of Chapel Hill Victim Continues His Legacy

It's been five years since the Chapel Hill shooting, when three Muslim college students were killed. The brother of one of the victims talk about continuing their enduring legacy.

‘We Want Our Voices Heard’: Muslims In Maryland Showcase The Power Of Door-To-Door Lobbying

Muslims from across Maryland converged on the state capital and found some lawmakers willing to listen

Robert Saleh’s Rise To The Super Bowl Began In A Muslim Community Where Football Is King

A Muslim Arab-American of Lebanese descent, Saleh grew up in Dearborn, where Football is king, just like any other city or town in Michigan.

FBI Surveillance Of Bridgeview Muslims Raises Questions, Lawsuit

A suburban filmmaker sued to find out why the FBI was watching her Muslim community: ‘It’s weird to read how they wrote about us’

Trump’s Israel-Palestine Peace Plan, Explained

“It’s a total shitshow,” a former senior White House official familiar with the peace plan process told me the day before its release.

‘For Covered Girls’ Film Explores What Headscarf Means To Muslim Women

A Moroccan American artist is creating a documentary series on the hijab and the many meanings it has on Muslim women across the US.

Chilling Torture Story At Guántanamo

An interrogator testified that even after prisoner Abu Zubaydah started cooperating, the waterboarding continued.

Architect Of CIA’s Torture Program Says It Went Too Far

One of the architects of the CIA's torture program testified that those torture techniques had gone too far and verged on breaking the law.

How 17 Outsize Portraits Rattled A Small Southern Town

Newnan, Ga., decided to use art to help the community celebrate diversity and embrace change. Not everyone was ready for what they saw.

First Woman Muslim Chaplain Commissioned In The Us Military

The U.S. Air Force commissioned its first Muslim woman chaplain candidate last month, marking the first time the U.S. military will have a female chaplain of the Islamic faith.
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The Autobiography Of Omar Ibn Said

How The Autobiography Of A Muslim Slave Is Challenging An American Narrative