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Statement by the President on Hajj and Eid al-Adha

Michelle and I extend our best wishes for a joyful Eid al-Adha to Muslims in the United States and around the world.

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Toledo Mosque Arson: Hear From a Native

I was born in Pakistan, grew up in Toledo, Ohio, and spent the past decade of my life in Washington D.C.

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There's an Obeidallah Running for Vice President

The time is long gone when America could ignore its Muslim population and comedian Dean Obeidallah is proud to have something to do with that.

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The Subway Ad That Calls Me a ‘Savage’

While waiting for the train on the platform in a New York City station I always read the advertisements plastered on the walls.

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It’s All the (Muslim) Rage - Tales from the Excluded Middle

The low budget movie, or trailer, Innocence of Muslims, has sparked a furor from some Muslims in a few countries that has resulted in lives being lost, both of protestors and innocents like the US ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens, which is pretty insane.

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Aziz Akbari Fremont City Mayor

“I love my city,” says Aziz Akbari, the 18-year-old college sophomore who could be Fremont's youngest and the city's first Indo-American Mayor.

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American Muslims Claim Their Place in Global Islam

A new generation of Muslims in America has been shaped by both Muslim dynasties and American revolutionaries. What results, writes Farha Tahir, is a distinct American Muslim identity.

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Noor Kids: Books for Muslim Kids

Noor Kids is a series of children's books that introduce Muslim kids to adorable, aspirational characters with Islamic values.

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Eid Celebrations Following a Month of Ramadan

Hundreds of Muslims attended the morning prayer at Madina Masjid in the East Village, Manhattan, to begin celebrating Eid Sunday.

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Ordinary Citizens Doing Extraordinary Things

Meet seven ordinary Muslims doing extraordinary things.