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Erdogan is not Mubarak and this is no Arab Spring

Today Taksim Square is roiled by the fiercest protests seen since Recep Tayyip Erdogan came to power 11 years ago. What began as a minor green protest defending one of Istanbul’s many parks has turned into a massive anti-government agitation attracting global attention.

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June 13, 2013

TMO Announcements

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June 13, 2013

Tawheed Center Open House

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June 13, 2013

Royal Cleaners

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June 13, 2013

Fog !

Fog can be considered a cloud at ground level. The processes forming it, however, are usually different from those that form clouds.

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June 13, 2013

Tunisia Jails Three Europeans For Topless Feminist Protest

A Tunisian court sentenced three European feminist activists to four months in jail on Wednesday after they demonstrated topless in central Tunis last month against the Islamist-led government, one of their lawyers said.

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June 13, 2013

Economic, Social Pressures Behind Kuwait Crackdown On Foreign Workers

since Kuwaiti police launched a series of raids about two months ago, saying they were tracking down illegal labourers, the streets are almost empty and many small businesses have closed their doors, residents say.

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June 13, 2013

Turkey Protests Do Not Affect Games Bid – Istanbul 2020

Violent protests that have hit Turkey over recent days need to end swiftly but will have no bearing on Istanbul’s candidacy to host the 2020 Olympics, bid leaders said on Wednesday.

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June 13, 2013

Fuel-Short Egypt Faces Long, Hot Summer

A gift of gas to Egypt from tiny Qatar shows just how tough this summer is shaping up to be for the government in Cairo, facing a funding crunch and power cuts as it struggles to contain explosive public discontent.

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June 13, 2013

Insight: In Tornado Alley, Building Practices Boost Damage

In a residential neighborhood near the center of a monster tornado that struck Moore, Oklahoma last month, two partially damaged houses stand like an island among others flattened by the storm.

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June 13, 2013

Duty Towards Our Neighbors: June 22nd

Houstonian Muslim Community, after having diligently served the victims of Hurricane Katrina and Ike in the past, has come together to establish the “Houston United”, a collaborative of all the major Muslim organizations of Houston

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June 13, 2013

Community News (V15-I25)

Sadia Saifuddin student regent / New Jersey teens receive governor’s award / Nisa Khan scholarship / Springfield High (OH) scholarships

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June 13, 2013

Senate Passes Farm Bill; Food Stamp Fight Looms In House

The Democratic-run U.S. Senate passed a $500 billion, five-year farm bill on Monday that expands a taxpayer-subsidized crop insurance program and rejects sweeping cuts in food stamps for the poor being pursued in the House of Representatives

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June 13, 2013

Serving Muslim Survivors of Domestic Violence

On Thursday, June 6th approximately 100 attendees listened to Aisha Rahman, Executive Director of KARAMAH, as well as Dr. Azizah Y. al-Hibri, Founder and Chair of KARAMAH, speak about domestic violence in the Muslim community.

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June 13, 2013

The Yogurt Company Growing as Fast as Google and Facebook

How do you get from zero to $1 billion in revenue in five years?

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June 13, 2013

Hezbollah Tips Syria Power Balance, Polarizes Lebanon

Lebanese have long viewed the Hezbollah guerrilla army as a state-within-a-state. But having watched it launch a military adventure in Syria and brutality on the streets of Beirut, they feel ever more hostage to the Islamist group’s regional agenda.

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June 13, 2013

Advice Column: Are Programs Good For Me?

Question: I am 60 pounds overweight and began a weight loss program that puts me on specific meals plans and even provides part of the meals and snacks. Is this a good idea and possibly guaranteed for results?

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June 13, 2013

Civic Engagement Over Coffee or Chai?

Most of our local representatives and senators have meeting/coffee hours multiple times a month in their own districts. They wait to hear from their constituents, from us. I had the opportunity to attend coffee hours and also have met with several state senators and representatives in Lansing. I assure you, after only a couple of such meetings the representatives will know you by name, your words will count for so much more, and a healthy relationship will develop.

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