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  • Worldwide Fast Month
    Better Muslim

    Worldwide Fast Month

    Dear Friends, We at Muslim Voice for Peace & Reconciliation would like to invite our Jewish and Christian friends and peoples of other faiths to join with our Muslim brothers and sisters during the month of Ramadan (24 April to 24 May). During this time we will fast and pray from sunrise to sunset. Let

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  • No Christmas for Gaza Christians
    Interfaith

    No Christmas for Gaza Christians

    Data collected in recent years confirm the steady increase in the number of pilgrims and tourists who come from around the world to Jerusalem and Bethlehem to visit the Holy Places, especially during the December holiday season. But this year, among the many who will celebrate the Christmas holidays where Christ is said to have

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  • India’s Citizenship Amendment Act discriminates
    News

    India’s Citizenship Amendment Act discriminates

      India’s Citizenship Amendment Act discriminates say Muslims Activisits protesting India’s Citizenship Amendment Act have been injured across India by police who have used tear gas and baton charges to disperse demonstrators at universities and other public places. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government says the new law will save religious minorities, such as Hindus and

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  • Afghan war was built on a mountain of lies
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    Afghan war was built on a mountain of lies

    Afghan war was built on a mountain of lies says Sojourners Magazine and The Washington Post “Though the threat of terrorism is very real, and none of us will ever forget where we were on 9/11, the ongoing threat to Americans from terrorists in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and elsewhere has indeed been consistently leveraged to

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  • The Berlin Wall
    Islam

    The Berlin Wall

    On this day November 9 we at MVPR will celebrate the fall of the Berlin Wall! Two years ago our MVPR volunteer Usama Iqbal took me on a one-kilometer tour of what’s left of that infamous baracade that separated families and friends for nearly three decades. I first walked along the wall as a 19-year-old

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  • Shropshire visits Iraq
    Interfaith

    Shropshire visits Iraq

    For more than a year after then Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi declared these war-devastated cities liberated from the Islamic State, a putrid smell still filled the air from thousands of corpses left in the rubble. The bodies of both civilians and Islamic State militants could be found throughout Mosul, once Iraq’s second-largest city, abandoned

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  • US Muslim restaurant owner serves people and God
    Better Muslim

    US Muslim restaurant owner serves people and God

    Last summer, while holding meetings in Washington, DC, Imam Ali Siddiqui invited my assistant Jesus Alhaj Hussein and me for lunch at the Sakina Halal Grill. Kazi Mannan, owner, greeted us with a broad smile, a firm handshake an directed us to a table. Here is Kazi’s story as reported by 13News Now… From poverty in

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  • Our Rohingya brothers and sisters need our help and prayers!
    Peacemaking

    Our Rohingya brothers and sisters need our help and prayers!

    The 2017–2019 Rohingya genocide in Myanmar began on 25 August 2017 when the Myanmar military forces and local Buddhist extremists started attacking the Rohingya people and committing atrocities against them in the country’s north-west Rakhine state. The atrocities included attacks on Rohingya people and locations, looting and burning down Rohingya villages, mass killing of Rohingya civilians, gang rapes, and other sexual

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  • Muslim Refugees Face Love and Hate
    Peacemaking

    Muslim Refugees Face Love and Hate

    Refugee Crisis and European Response More than 1.3 million refugees had crossed into Europe by March, 2016. They came by land and sea. This influx of refugees sparked a crisis as countries struggled to cope with the millions of arrivals. It created division in the European Union over how to best deal with resettling people. While

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