GRANADA HILLS (CBSLA.com) — While local Muslim Americans mark Ramadan and celebrate Independence Day, they also say they’re being vigilant amid terror warnings this weekend. 403 more words
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Randa Fahmy ’86 Negotiates in the International Arena
By Geoff Gehman
Randa Fahmy ’86 was working overtime to broker a deal between her client, a well-known American maker of highly sensitive defense equipment, and a Middle Eastern country well known for working with Americans. 1,134 more words
I received this ebook from NetGalley and Little Brown in exchange for an honest review.
16-year-old Scarlett has lost both her parents but that hasn’t stopped her from wanting to clean-up crime in her hometown. 625 more words
One day I got a random voice mail on my cell phone from a couple in Miami, Florida who had seen the PBS “Sacred Journey’s” documentary and shared their appreciation of my work. 93 more words
As-salaamualikum my dear respected brothers and sisters,
A number of Muslim businesses in the construction industry are hosting a Networking Luncheon on Sunday, June 7th from 12-2:30pm at the Silver Spring Civic Center in Montgomery County that is geared toward Muslim businesses and individuals who are in the industry. 172 more words
This post originally ran on Juan Cole’s website.
In the period from roughly 610 to 622 CE (“AD”), Muhammad ibn Abdallah of the noble Quraysh tribe in the western Arabian city of Mecca preached monotheism to an outraged polytheistic city dedicated to the worship of ancient Near Eastern goddesses, and the commerce of which deeply depended on fairs dedicated to those deities. 1,057 more words