Politics

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Extrajudicial Drone Attacks Exclusively Target Muslims

Drones, otherwise known as Unmanned Arial Vehicles (UAVs) have caused no shortage of controversy.

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Rosa Parks Stamp on American History

To honor the centennial of the birth of Rosa Parks on Feb. 4, 1913, the United States Postal Service has issued a Rosa Parks stamp.

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Al-Qaeda After Bin Laden: Dead or Alive?

Abdul Bari Atwan, editor of al-Quds Al-Arabi, is one of the few journalists who met Osama bin Laden in the mountains of Afghanistan.

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Noam Chomsky on Free Speech and US Foreign Policy

There are few people in the world today who have the capacity to draw so much attention than Noam Chomsky.

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What role will the Ulama play in a post-Assad Syria

What role will the ‘Ulama’ – the Syrian oppositional scholars – play in a post-Assad Syria?

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Where Do We Go From Here? Four More Years Of Obama

The glitter and glamour of 2008 was not on display this election, but the concerns and challenges facing our nation brought citizens out in record numbers to re-elect President Obama.

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Lupe Fiasco Leaves Concert at Obama Inaugural Event

The show did not go on for Lupe Fiasco at the Sunday night pre-inauguration concert in Washington D.C., having been left with words he would never say for the rest of the night.

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American Convert Will Coley Wins Liberty Inspiration Award

For the first time, an American Muslim has won a national award for work promoting the compatibility of Islam and classical liberalism or “limited government.”

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Election 2012: How the Congressional Anti-Muslim Caucus Fared

There is no formal anti-Muslim caucus, but several current and aspiring members of Congress are known for their Islamophobic views.

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Hasan Minhaj Go Out And Vote Yall

Hasan Minhaj talks about the importance of voting in America and the upcoming Presidential Election.