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Film Highlight: Torn

Bullying. Racism. Terrorism. Jeremiah Birnbaum explores the state of the world we live in today through his directorial debut "Torn" starring Mahnoor Baloch and Dendrie Taylor in the principal cast.

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Movie Review: Girl Rising

A powerful and captivating film documenting how these brave young girls are forcing their path against the odds.

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Reza Aslan: A Muslim and a Historian

Watch FOX News' interview with Reza Aslan-- an interview that has been called embarrassing for FOX.

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3 Muslim Guys and a Sign

Watch this YouTube video of three young Muslim men who took to the streets of New York City with one message: Meet a Muslim Person.

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Mos def yasiin bey video on force feeding

Yasiin Bey, aka Mos Def, released a controversial video showing the brutality of Guantanamo force feeding.

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Is Ramadan Becoming Too Commercialized?

Ramadan is meant to be a holy month observed by fasting and exercising self control, but it's becoming challenged by over consumption, price gouging and consumerism taking place across the Muslim world. Is Ramadan becoming too commercialized?

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Online Classes May Force Changes at Universities

Many top tier universities are now offering free courses online-- How is this changing the way Americans are learning? Do you still need to go to a top-tier university to get top-tier education? Read what Voice of America has to say about this!

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No Mosque In My Backyard

A survey from the Pew Forum details the stories of 53 proposed mosques that have encountered community resistance in recent years. Why are Americans afraid of them?

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UCLA Grad Lena Khan to Make Directorial Debut with The Tiger Hunter

Immigrant stories, apartment squatters, disco dwellers, tiger attacks and stool robberies - yes people stealing stool samples - these are the funny tales that make up The Tiger Hunter, a weaving story Lena Khan is bringing to the silver screen.

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Palestinian Artist Shows Life Beyond Refugee Camps With Stop-Motion Video

Anas Al-Barbarawi is an artist from Jordan. Of Palestinian origin, he grew up in the Talbieh Refugee Camp south of Amman. But he doesn't want that to be all you think of him.