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Blessings of Ramadhan

Ramadan is a special month of the year for Muslims throughout the world. This month is marked by fasting, which means refraining from food and drink from dawn to dusk. This is the period of prayer, inner reflection, and devotion to God. 

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Ahmad: Be thankful for freedoms

he first time I studied the actual text of the U.S. constitution was as a student at a local college in Pakistan while I was studying for my law degree. No wonder in my first reading, I found the wording of the First   Amendment very powerful and convincing, when it says:

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Fasting is good for body, soul

June 29th will be the first day of the fast in Ramadhan this year for all healthy Muslim men and women. The fast, which starts an hour and 20-minutes before sunrise and ends after sunset, will run for 30 days, concluding with the sighting of the new moon on July 28. The following day, July 29, will be Eid-ul Fitr, the festival commemorating the end of Ramadhan. The Eid prayer and sermon will start at 10 a.m. at the Baitul Hameed Mosque in Chino for any Muslims or non-Muslims who wish to participate.

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5 questions for Harris Zafar, Washington County author, speaker on Islam

Harris Zafar is a lecturer, writer, teacher and national spokesperson for theAhmadiyya Muslim Community USA. A Tigard resident, he is the author of a just-released book, "Demystifying Islam." 

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Islam's Way to End Violence Against Women? Civilized Men

"She made me do it."

I hear this phrase all too often, and each time I hear it my heart bleeds. In my pro bono legal practice, I represent indigent women who suffer or have suffered through domestic violence. As an attorney, as a Muslim, as a husband, and as an uncle to five beautiful nieces, I see my clients as individuals that could just as easily be my family.

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Murdered Central Ohio Cardiologist Remembered As Martyr

GROVEPORT, Ohio - His murder garnered national attention: a central Ohio doctor gunned down while on a humanitarian mission in Pakistan.

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Interview: Qasim Rashid author of 'Extremist'

Qasim Rashid is an author, lawyer, member of the Ahmadiyya MuslimCommunity, and an outspoken critic of Muslim extremists. His new book, Extremist: A Response to Geert Wilders & Terrorists Everywhere, attempts to call out both extremist Muslims and extremist anti-Muslims. The following is an e-mail interview I did with Rashid about his book.

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Ohio memorial honors US doctor killed in Pakistan

GROVEPORT, Ohio (AP) - An American cardiologist killed last month in Pakistan in front of his wife and toddler was honored at a memorial in central Ohio.

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What's Happening in Pakistan?

For years, Pakistan has consistently renewed its international image as a country of grave concern, with not only its inability to halt the progress of terrorist and militant groups within the country but also its inability to provide basic needs of its own population. Far from offering any assurance that it can control the growing militancy of terror groups like the Pakistani Taliban, the government of Pakistan is not even able to exhibit any competency for protecting the fundamental human rights and freedoms of its people.

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