CollectionsMuslim
IN THE NEWS

Muslim

NEWS
July 31, 2015 | BY REKHA BASU
RAHA MOHARRAK was 25 when her parents said it was time for her to marry, but she decided she wasn't a toaster - as in " Ping! It's ready" - the Saudi Arabian woman told a U.S. audience recently. "I wasn't ready. " Nor was she interested in giving up her job, car or independent life in Dubai, or up for the demeaning ritual in which "you get all dolled up, get onstage and dance at a wedding, and wait for some mom to see you and say, 'She's good for my son.' " Instead, Moharrak climbed Mount Everest.
NEWS
August 14, 2008 | By Kathy Boccella INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The mother of murder victim Jereleigh Morton sobbed as she looked at the tiny woman in the Montgomery County courtroom yesterday, and begged her to apologize for killing her son. "I loved you," Delzora Morton said to her daughter-in-law, Myra Morton. "All you had to do was walk away like I told you so many times. You didn't have to take him away from me. "Can you say, 'Mom, I'm sorry?' Can you say it?" And for the first time, Myra Morton apologized for pumping two bullets into her husband as he slept in Whitpain Township on Aug. 5, 2007, the morning he was to fly to Morocco to meet and impregnate a woman he had taken as his second wife.
NEWS
February 2, 2009
FOR SOME MUSLIMS, these words from President Obama hold deep significance: "I have Muslim members of my family," Obama said last Monday in an interview with an Arab cable network. "I have lived in a Muslim country . . . the largest one, Indonesia. " The words hold a deep significance in this country, too: Before he was elected, it's obvious, Barack Obama could not have spoken them without risking serious negative political consequences. His campaign was on guard to refute suggestions that Obama, a Christian, was a secret follower of Islam.
NEWS
April 23, 1997
While fundamentalism is an expansive force within the Muslim world, it neither seeks a holy war with nor domination of the non-Muslim world. In this respect, it ought to matter no more to the non-Muslim world than Quebecois nationalism matters to Thailand. Islamic fundamentalism recognizes two realms: the community of believers - the umma - and the non-Islamic world.... Thus, the policies of the Iranian government toward Central Asia ... are not really "foreign" policies at all..
NEWS
August 22, 1986 | By MICHEL MARRIOTT, Daily News Staff Writer
For a moment, Nathan Long said nothing. His large, watery eyes peered blankly over the metal-frame glasses that inched past the bridge of his nose. His hands lay in his lap - the right one partially paralyzed by a bullet wound, the other encircled at the wrist by a plastic, prison identification band. Inmate: 86-08594. "I'm not completely over the shock," Long said in his first interview since the June 5 shooting death of Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Gleason, with which he is charged.
NEWS
June 20, 2008
WHY DOES the Daily News provide a forum for morons? Mr. Carchidi asked how we know that Obama isn't a "closet Muslim. " Also why Barack doesn't use his middle name. (Kenneth doesn't use his.) Obama isn't a closet anything. Neither is Mr. Carchidi - he's an open hate- monger. Bryan Flannery, Chalfont
ENTERTAINMENT
August 24, 2010
MTV'S "JERSEY SHORE" is the runaway hit of the summer, and nearly a quarter of Americans actually believe that their president is a Muslim. Ugh. We're in trouble. I'm no doomsayer. I usually err on the side of optimism, but this makes me wonder about some of our - ahem - mental capacities. A new Time magazine poll shows that nearly a quarter of Americans believe the false accusation that President Obama is a Muslim. In another study, one by the Pew Research Center, 18 percent of Americans were found to believe the same thing.
NEWS
June 10, 2008
RE KENNETH Carchidi's June 2 letter with questions about Barack Obama. Yes Mr. Carchidi, Barack Obama is a Muslim and when he becomes president all women, black and white, Asian, and Chinese will have to be completely covered in Muslim garb. That sounds as dumb as you still questioning his religion. He has told and showed the world his faith and people like you who are white will continue to use his religion as an excuse as to why you don't want him as a president. He might be "a candidate from nowhere," but since the primary, he has been everywhere and is now the Democratic nominee.
NEWS
September 5, 2010 | By Michael Matza, Inquirer Staff Writer
As the Muslim holy month of Ramadan comes to an end this week, Akbar Ahmed, a prominent Islamic scholar, is asking Iran's supreme leader, Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, to show "Islamic compassion" by releasing three Americans arrested more than a year ago. They are accused of illegally entering Iran. Josh Fattal, 28, a 2000 graduate of Cheltenham High School; Shane Bauer, 28, of Minnesota; and Sarah Shourd, 31, of California, were hiking in a mountainous resort area of Iraqi Kurdistan and may have accidentally crossed Iran's unmarked border, their supporters say. They were arrested July 31, 2009, and are imprisoned in Tehran.
NEWS
August 22, 1997 | By Khaled Abou Fadl
The U.S. State Department recently issued a report on Christian persecution, focusing on China and several Muslim countries. The report has initiated a debate on the issues of religious persecution, human rights and U.S. policy. As a member of the Lawyers' Committee for Human Rights, I have evaluated cases of human-rights violations, primarily in Muslim countries. One of the most recent examples involved a religious man from a Muslim country. He was visited by security forces at dawn, taken from his place of residence, beaten with cables, hung in contorted positions and stung with electrical prods.
« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | Next »
|
|
|
|
|