10-19

The Kabul Attack–Virtual Replay of the 1981 Assassination of Egypt’s Anwar Sadat

“The only difference between the two dramatic operations was that the assassins of Sadat were able to penetrate into the army ranks and the attack was from the army cadets participating the parade. In the case of…”

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May 4, 2008

US Syria Claims Arouse Doubt

More than half a year after the Israeli air strike that destroyed the alleged nuclear reactor under construction in Syria, Washington’s release of what it says are still images of the facility before the raid amounts to the diplomatic equivalent of throwing a very large rock into a deep pool.

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May 4, 2008

2008 Awdal Achievement Award Winner Announced

IRVING, TX–The Islamic Center of Irving (ICI), Texas, USA, won the 2008 Awdal Achievement Award (AAA). The award was announced at the Amoud Foundation annual fundraising dinner held at the Radisson Hotel in Irving, Texas, on April 12, 2008.

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May 4, 2008

The Dubious ‘Popular Vote’

Give Hillary Clinton credit. She has shown toughness, stamina, and persistence in one of the longest presidential campaigns in American history.

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May 4, 2008

India Snubs US On Iran

“Sanctions or military action — none of them is a lasting solution that will only exacerbate the situation. We need to evolve something that involves Iran,” according to Indian Foreign Secretary Shivshankar Menon.

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May 4, 2008

Ahmadinejad’s India Visit

The highlight of Ahmadinejad’s visit was the dinner hosted in his honor by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. The two leaders had last met in September 2006, on sidelines of a summit in Havana…

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May 4, 2008

Blogging with ‘Big Brother’

Governments across the Middle East take a very active policy when it comes to policing Internet content and blogs.

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May 4, 2008

Why We Are Still in Iraq

“I wrote 16 years ago in my book Dear Brothers and Sisters, that America would become the Rome of the 21st century. We are now Rome, and our legions are spread all over the world. Wherever they go, they stay. Even Senator John Mc Cain stated we could be in Iraq for 100 years. Of course…”

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May 4, 2008

Musings–You MUST be Born Again

There is nothing that happens or doesn’t happen that He doesn’t sanction. A bird doesn’t fly and a leaf doesn’t drop without it being in the Master Plan of ALLAH.

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May 4, 2008

Wright / Obama

“Obviously the Democratic primaries are reflective of the national scene…”

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May 4, 2008

Fundraiser for Michigan Organization–The Islamic Shura Council of Michigan

Southfield–April 30–As a sign of the increasing collaboration of Michigan’s Muslim community’s infrastructure, this past Sunday saw a gathering of about 200 powerful imams and leaders from the Muslim community at the Westin Hotel in Southfield.

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May 4, 2008

Community News (V10-I19)

New York Muslims help vandalized Synagogue / U Wisconsin radio program on Islam / Penn Muslims ask for police training on Islam / Arab Film Festival in Minneapolis / Rochester MN Iraqi American Perspective on War / Cambridge MA’s Zeba Syed named to Harvard Honor Society

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May 4, 2008

Houstonian Corner (V10-I19) — Early Voting Started in the City of Sugar Land

Voting information in Sugar Land Texas.

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May 4, 2008

Ellison Weighs in on Supreme Court Voter Case

Congressman Ellison and Congressional Black Caucus Chairwoman Kilpatrick on Supreme Court Voter Id Case

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May 4, 2008

Why An American Muslim Leadership in the World is a Must in Our Time?

This state of volatility and dysfunction is incompatible with a sound economic growth and the social progress most needed in many Muslim counties today…

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May 4, 2008

Muslim Scientists and Thinkers–Muhammad bin Zakaria Razi

Muhammad bin Zakaria Razi also known in Europe as “Rhazes” was born at Rayy, Iran close to the city of Tehran, in the year 841 CE. He mastered a wide range of subjects, including science, philosophy, music, poetry, and logic. His interest in medicine started in…

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May 4, 2008

The Role of the Balkan Muslims in the Shaping of Europe

Diversity is what is desperately required on the East Coast of the Adriatic Sea, but the tradition of Socialist Modernism is still challenging customary Islamic institutions generating a deep crisis that within the reappearing Islam that is unique to this locality.

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May 4, 2008

Ahmad Deedat Answers Question on Hijab

Funny

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May 3, 2008