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Policy Recommendations for Reducing the Threat of Islamic Terrorism Worldwide

Islamic terrorism is currently perceived in the media and by most Americans as the most significant threat to global peace. The conflict is most often seen as a so-called “clash of civilizations,” in which Western ideals of democracy and religious freedom are under attack by an Islamic “fundamentalism” which hates both. 2,561 more words

Reflections on Ramadan

Muslims around the world observed Ramadan and ended it with Eid-ul-Fitr celebrations. I always reflect on the personal growth I experience spiritually and personally. Through my observance of fasting, meditation, and prayer, I reach my spiritual goals. 453 more words

Ramadan Mubarak 2016

All you need to know: What is Ramadan and why do Muslims fast all day?

All your questions about Ramadan — the month of intense prayer, dawn-to-dusk fasting and nightly feasts for millions of Muslims — answered. 3,044 more words


IAMM: Showcasing Southeast Asia’s Muslim Heritage

MUHAMMED NOUSHAD visits the Islamic Art Museum Malaysia at Kuala Lumpur on international museum day, walks through the galleries and meets curators. Qatar based The Peninsula… 1,018 more words


Muslims ‘are Britain’s top charity givers’

Source: The Times

By Ruth Gledhill Religion Correspondent

June 2013

Muslims are among Britain’s most generous givers, topping a poll of religious groups that donate to charity, according to new research. 55 more words

The Muslim Times

Orientalism, Palestine and covering Islam By Hatem Baziam

This article first appeared on Anadolu Agency

Three of Edward Said’s books are as timely today as the day they were published almost 40 years ago: Orientalism (1978), The Question of Palestine (1979), and Covering Islam (1981). 1,174 more words