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President Obama praises Muhammad Chaudhry at annual White House Iftaar Dinner

President Obama hosts an Iftar dinner celebrating Ramadan in the State Dining Room. This is the sixth Iftar that President Obama has hosted, continuing the tradition of hosting Iftars that began annually under President Clinton and was continued by President George W. Bush. The invited guests include elected officials, religious and grassroots leaders in the Muslim American community, and leaders of diverse faiths and members of the diplomatic corps. July 14, 2014.


Meet The Global Muslim Peace Movement

Some 15 hours into my fast in the blistering Virginia heat my head hurt--but it wasn't a symptom of Ramadan.

Rather, I found myself digesting The Times columnist David Aaronovitch's latest piece, "Moderate Muslims -- it's time to be outraged." Aaronovitch argues that, "there is no Islamic peace movement [because] followers are caught up feeling sorry for themselves as victims." 

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Rana: In service to our fellow Americans

Unfortunately, Islam is a misunderstood religion.

As a practicing Muslim living in America, I feel it is my responsibility to clear these misconceptions. To do so, I have dedicated my life to serve God and mankind.

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What the NSA Can Learn From Prophet Muhammad

Islam places immense emphasis on privacy in ways that Western governments today have only begun to match with privacy laws.

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Ramadan promotes empathy, charity

If you are a Muslim, it is time to recharge your spiritual batteries.

The Islamic month of Ramadan started June 28. For those who are not Muslim, here is what Ramadan is all about.

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ISIS antithetical to Islam's notion of peace and governance

Two terms used in the media today in conjunction with each other are ISIS and "Caliphate." The former is the acronym for the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, an extremist militant group waging a territorial war in that region; the latter is a divinely guided spiritual leadership from the perspective of Islam.

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Fourth of July has meaning for those who found freedom

As a Muslim-immigrant to the United States of America, I find special meaning in the Fourth of July, an occasion symbolizing the struggle for freedom.

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Burning Away All Sins

I woke up at 3:50 a.m. today. I did some prayers, ate a bowl of Honey Bunches of Oats, and did some prayers again. I will not eat any food or water until sunset around 8:20 p.m. Muslims around the world — about 1.3 billion people — are following a similar routine for 30 days for the month of Ramadan.

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Islam teaches Loyalty

Just like millions of Americans, American Muslims will also be celebrating the country’s Independence Day on Fourth of July to commemorate independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain.

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