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  • Arab American Cultural Fest on March 25 at Lake Eola

     
    The Arab American Community Center of Central Florida will host the Arab American Cultural Festival on March 25. The event will start at noon at Lake Eola, and feature Middle Eastern food and music.  The Arab American Community Center of Central Florida,...
  • Blasts kill nine in southern Thailand

     
    At least nine people were killed and dozens wounded when a series of coordinated bombs detonated in Thailand's restive Muslim-dominated southern area Saturday, according to police and officials....
  • Islamists expected to dominate Egypt's constitutional panel

     
    Initial figures show that Islamists are set to make up a majority on the panel that will determine the country's new constitution, the official state news agency MENA reported late Saturday....
  • Hong Kong Film Festival: Transvestites, Muslims and a 'Lovely Man'

     
    "Lovely Man," from Indonesian director Teddy Soeriaatmadja, is a father-daughter story unlike any you’ve seen. She’s 19, a devout Muslim, hoping to reconnect with the father who abandoned her and her mother when she was 4. He’s a fixture...
  • Palestinian on hunger strike is freed, deported to Gaza

     
    A Palestinian woman who launched a hunger strike to protest her detention by Israel’s military was deported to Gaza Strip on Sunday in a deal that prevents her from returning to her home in the West Bank for three years....
  • Will Muslims be the swing Florida in the 2012 elections?

     
    Washington, DC—American Muslims can be a key factor in the swing states of Florida, Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania in the upcoming Presidential elections, according to a new report released today by the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding...
  • Hong Kong Film Festival: Everyone is a critic

     
    Escaping the Hong Kong film festival for a bowl of noodles....
  • Rights group denounces treatment of women in Afghanistan

     
    Human Rights Watch denounced the longstanding Afghan practice of jailing rape victims and girls or women who flee forced marriages, and called on the government of President Hamid Karzai to begin making a much more meaningful effort to enforce laws...
  • El Cajon police chief says Iraqi mom's beating is isolated incident

     
    Iraqi woman killedEl Cajon police were trying to determine whether an Iraqi woman who died after a brutal beating was the victim of a hate crime, the chief said Monday. Chief Jim Redman said there has been no upsurge of racial hostility in the city....
  • 'Shahs of Sunset' star Reza Farahan: It's not National Geographic

     
    Reza Farahan is the breakout personality of Bravo's newest reality series "Shahs of Sunset" thanks to his over-the-top personality and impeccably groomed whiskers....
  • Medvedev, Obama fire back at critics over missile comments

     
    U.S. politics combined with diplomacy as Russian President Dmitry Medvedev took a swipe at Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and President Obama pointed to an uncooperative Congress to explain why he was delaying negotiations with Russian...