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Share the Wealth with Imman Musa and Sharifa Barakat: Growing up Palestinian American

We would like to talk to you about our Palestinian heritage and some of the unique experiences we have had as Muslim Palestinian-American women living in the Midwest. 143 more words

Friends

Worthy of a post of its own

PERKINS PRESENTS INAUGURAL “PERSON OF FAITH” AWARD AND 2015 SEALS LAITY AWARD
February 17, 2015

DALLAS (SMU) – Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, … 145 more words

Hind Jarrah

Worthy of a post of its own

PERKINS PRESENTS INAUGURAL “PERSON OF FAITH” AWARD AND 2015 SEALS LAITY AWARD
February 17, 2015

DALLAS (SMU) – Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, … 145 more words

Hind Jarrah

Dahr Jamail: Tortured and Raped by Israel, Persecuted and Imprisoned by the United States

“There is Islamaphobia, and it’s moved from being a personal tool of oppression to structural and institutional,” explained. “Even non-prominent Muslims are being caught up in law enforcement entrapment on both coasts now.

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Civil Liberties

Mary Beaudoin: How Palestinian-American Rasmea Odeh Was Revictimized In US Federal Court

Rasmea Odeh, a 67-year-old Palestinian-American, has been convicted of the “unlawful procurement of naturalization” in a trial that wasn’t supposed to — but sometimes did — touch on her disputed conviction by an Israeli military court. 2,567 more words

Military Madness

Rasmea Yousef Odeh goes to trial: Interview with her lawyers

NLG attys. Michael Deutsch and Jim Fennerty are representing ‪#‎RasmeaOdeh‬, whose trial begins Tues. Listen to their interview with WBEZ Worldview, which broadcast today: “There’s a basic injustice in this case which is founded on FBI and US government surveillance and repression of people who are engaged in First Amendment activity,” Deutsch said. 253 more words

Activism

To Alef, to the only home there is: one another's hearts

“To Alef, the letter
that begins the alphabets
of both Arabic and Hebrew ~
two Semitic languages
sisters for centuries.

May we find the language… 145 more words

General Interest