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Being Muslim on Campus

In this Friday, Oct. 7, 2011 photo, people walk on the campus of Brooklyn College in the Brooklyn borough of New York. Investigators have been infiltrating Muslim student groups at Brooklyn College and other schools in the city, monitoring their Internet activity and placing undercover agents in their ranks, police documents obtained by The Associated Press show. 308 more words

#ISTANDWITHAMED: My Thoughts On The Fear of Violence in School Culture

I have to say, I don’t usually talk about something so political on my blog. But this story has got me so fired up and thinking, I have to write something. 730 more words


Conversation Starters with Muslims

Asking questions (a) communicates respect and interest in them as a person, (b) gives you insight into how to communicate the gospel to that person, and (c) earns you the right to share what you believe. 467 more words

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26 Jesus Stories to Share with Muslims

China, India, and South Korea may lead in the numbers of students studying in the United States, but the number of students from Saudi Arabia pursuing education in the US is gradually increasing over the years. 176 more words

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University Professor sues Catholic University Because Crosses Offend Muslims

Reported by  Michael BeckerMay 13, 2015

URL of the Original Posting Site: http://joeforamerica.com/2015/05/university-professor-sues-catholic-university-crosses-offend-muslims/

You read that right.  Unfortunately.  John Banzhaf is a George Washington University law professor who is always working to undermine religious expression (unless you’re a Muslim) and traditional values. 356 more words


Is American Sniper "Unsafe"?

On January 16, 2015, I went to the movies with my mom and sister to see the highly anticipated film “American Sniper.” Knowing the hype surrounding the film due to the infamously tragic story regarding the man whom the film is based on, Chris Kyle, we expected the theater to be crowded so we purchased our tickets early online. 848 more words

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In his 2015 State of the Nation address delivered to parliament on Thursday, February 26, 2015, H.E. President John Mahama joined in the debate over the practices in some Catholic schools, where non-Catholic students and pupils are made to be part of some Catholic religious practices against their will. 1,596 more words