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Sufi Sect of Islam Draws ‘Spiritual Vagabonds’ in New York

Americans joining the mystical branch of the religion see their faith as peaceful and worry about rising anti-Muslim sentiments.

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Donald Trump, the Unsinkable Candidate

Many of Mr. Trump’s remarks would have seriously damaged other candidates, but he has remained popular in spite of accusations of racism and graft. Published: September 21, 2016 at 02:00PM… 6 more words

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After Bombings, Hillary Clinton Says Donald Trump’s Words Enable Terrorists

Mrs. Clinton stressed her national security credentials and measured her words, and Mr. Trump sounded a note of furious alarm about Saturday’s attacks in New York and New Jersey. 11 more words

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After Bombings, Hillary Clinton Says Donald Trump’s Words Enable Terrorists

Mrs. Clinton stressed her national security credentials and measured her words, and Mr. Trump sounded a note of furious alarm about Saturday’s attacks in New York and New Jersey. 11 more words

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What I Will Never Forget About 9/11

Here is a slightly different perspective of what I will #NeverForget about 9/11. Before I do that, I want to say that I grieve the loss of all souls that passed away on that day, and every other day where humanity crumbles because of outrageous acts of mass murder. 623 more words

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Trump and Trickle Down Racism

During this election season, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has made many provocative statements about illegal immigrants, Muslims, Mexicans, women and other minorities. In the presidential debates in the Republican primaries, Trump dragged down the tone of the whole debates by using personal insults rather than talk about the specifics of issues. 1,108 more words

Im-Politic: Challenges for Everyone Debating America's Muslims Policy

Scott Anderson, an historian of the Middle East, has performed an invaluable public service with his piece in last Sunday’s New York Times Magazine. His article “Fractured Lands: How the Arab World Came Apart,” is both a great primer on the deep, complex roots of a regional crisis that keeps jolting the rest of the world, too, and a powerful challenge to most of the voices – including mine – who have been speaking out on American policy toward admitting Middle East refugees and toward its own existing Muslim community. 755 more words

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