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Ramadan

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  • Muslim Community Centers celebrate end of Ramadan on Tuesday

     
    The American Muslim Community Centers (AMCC) will celebrate the end of Ramadan on Aug. 30 at the Sanford Civic Center, 401 E. Seminole Boulevard,  followed by a community potluck brunch at the adjacent Fort Mellon Park, 600 East First St. from 8:45 a.m.to...
  • Post-Ramadan, businesses score with Muslim holiday Eid al-Fitr

     
    Local businesses benefit from Muslim Eid al-Fitr holiday...
  • Leopards' Basil: Where faith, football coexist

     
    As I watched Tahir Basil at work during the Lafayette football team’s spring game, jumping around wildly every time he made a big play, I predicted that he would be whistled for his share of celebration and taunting penalties during......
  • Afghanistan: Attack targeting U.N. refugee agency kills five

     
    Attack in Afghanistan. An insurgent attack near a U.N. compound in the southern Afghanistan city of Kandahar killed at least five people on Monday....
  • Many Iranians didn't fast for Ramadan, police chief says

     
    Ramadan in Tehran: Iran’s police chief estimates that as many as half of Tehran’s citizens eschewed fasting during the month of Ramadan, the Iranian media reported Monday....
  • At least 8 dead in ethnic fighting in western China

     
    Contradictory claims about incident in western China that left at least eight dead....
  • Chinese authorities and villagers clash over mosque

     
    An unusual clash in western China pits authorities against the Hui, who have been viewed as the model minority....
  • Chinese mosque demolition heightens ethnic tensions

     
    REPORTING FROM BEIJING -- The government demolition of a newly refurbished mosque in a northern Chinese village has raised tensions with the Hui, a Muslim group that in the past has been granted more freedoms by the Chinese Communist Party, unlike other...
  • The God Squad: Rabbi meditates on his love for Christmas

    I love Christmas and I'm a rabbi, so my love for Christmas is the love of a happy and respectful stranger. However, because of all that my dearest friend, Fr. Tom Hartman, taught me, I may, in fact, be a perfect stranger for Christmas. In full...
  • American al Qaeda hostage asks Obama to meet demands

    American al Qaeda hostage asks Obama to meet demands
    The Obama administration is aware of a video of an American hostage urging the president to meet al Qaeda demands so he is not killed, a senior State Departmentofficial said Monday, but added that the United States "does not negotiate" for hostages....
  • United States won't negotiate for American's release, officials say

    United States won't negotiate for American's release, officials say
    The United States will not bargain with al Qaeda over the life of an American worker filmed making an emotional plea to President Barack Obama to save his life, U.S. officials said Monday. "We don't make concessions to terrorists," State Department...