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Islam “Awareness” in Wyoming

By Cultural Jihad, April 9, 2014:

The Morocco World News and Wyoming Public Media have reported that the Muslim Student’s Association (MSA) at the University of Wyoming  is organizing it’s Annual Islam Awareness Week April 7-13, 2014. 320 more words

Counter Jihad Report

CAIR/MSA Continue Retaliation for Honor Diaries

“Ali was raised in a strict Muslim family, but after surviving a civil war, genital mutilation, beatings and an arranged marriage, she renounced the faith in her 30s.”

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News And Analysis

Islam "Awareness" in Wyoming

The Morocco World News and Wyoming Public Media have reported that the Muslim Student’s Association (MSA) at the University of Wyoming  is organizing it’s Annual Islam Awareness Week April 7-13, 2014. 312 more words

News And Analysis

Amid protests, Brandeis withdraws honour for Ayaan Hirsi Ali, defender of Muslim women and critic of Islam

Over her 10 years in the public eye, Somali-born women’s rights advocate Ayaan Hirsi Ali has made no secret of her criticism of Islam.

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News

The Religion Communicators Councils Double Standard

The Religion Communicators Council (RCC) held its annual convention this past weekend  at the Inn at Opryland in Nashville Tennessee.  What would have been an event that went un-noticed, instead was an event that brought attention to itself by some of its contents, namely its speakers. 868 more words

Muslim Brotherhood

A Dash Of Diversity: The Muslim Student Association

Part of the college experience is keeping up with the swirling pool of clubs and student-led associations that endlessly start up and disappear. Remember freshman year, when you signed up for every single one you thought was remotely cool? 321 more words

Around Campus

From Buddhism to Christianity, Islam & the Hijab

Seven months ago I celebrated what I have dubbed my “hijab-versary”, the anniversary of the day I put on my first hijab. 19 months of covering my hair in front of unrelated men may not seem like a big deal, but for someone like me (a Chinese Canadian Christian from a Buddhist family), it’s been an unbelievable journey. 902 more words