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Bosnian Pilgrim Walks to Mecca for Hajj

A 47-year-old Bosnian man is making a 3,600 miles pilgrimage from Bosnia to Mecca on foot.

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The Scars Inside: An Iraqi Refugee Opens Up about PTSD

As the Iraq war ends, observers say the United States will be dealing with the legacy of that conflict for years to come.

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Craig Thompson's Habibi

If you see Craig Thompson's new book, Habibi, you will think it is a sacred book. It is bound is what looks like hardened brown leather and its spine and cover are gilded with ancient trims.

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The Theatre of Armenian Genocide

The Armenian Genocide began in the late 19th century and continued on through the first two decades of the the 20th

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A Guide to Occupy Wall Street

While America's airwaves, television screens and front pages have been duly preoccupied with massive street demonstrations and revolutions in the Middle East, the American people have been busy with their own protests.

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10th Anniversary of the War in Afghanistan

It was exactly 10 years ago today -- just under one month after the 9/11 attacks, that the Long War began.

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Zahras Paradise

Iran. In one word it elicits the highs and lows of reactions. It is a complex country with a complex people and it has been a mainstay of American news for a good 32 years.

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Manufacturing Immigrant Hysteria in America

America is a melting pot -- a coming together of different peoples from different countries, religions, ethnicities and ideologies. It began with immigration and it moves forward with it. But it's never been easy being different in America.

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The Biography of Obamas Father

In utter contrast to his son, Obama senior was a man whose public image was politically incorrect and rebellious -- he said and did as he wished, often without regard for his safety or his future.

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The Post 911 Exclusion of Ethnic Journalists

As America observes the 10th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, we bring you the voices of the ethnic and minority journalists whose authentic window into their communities has been lost in the quagmire of national disaster.