- REGISTER TODAY: CAIR Leadership Conference and Annual Banquet
- Audio: Fears About Sharia Take Hold in Tennessee (NPR)
It's getting tougher to be a Republican in some parts of the country while also fully accepting the practice of Islam. In Tennessee, an incumbent in the U.S. House found herself on the defensive after being called soft on Shariah law, the code that guides Muslim beliefs and actions. And the state's governor has been forced to explain why he hired a Muslim.
- Mich. Law Panel Discussion Will Focus on Banning Sharia
- CAIR-Chicago: Muslim Grave Site Vandalized Again
Ahmed Rehab, executive director of CAIR's Chicago chapter, said the vandalism has upset relatives of the deceased. "Even after he departed the world, bigotry follows him," Rehab said. "It's very violating."
- Video: Houston Muslims Rally for Journalist Held in Syria (CAIR)
"It's a calamity in so many ways," (CAIR-Houston's) Shireen Jasser said. "No one is immune."
- NC: Luncheon Honoring DNC's Muslim Delegates
- ND Inmate: Muslims Treated Unfairly at County Jail
- Muslim Rap Star Making Statement About Art
- Warhol, Pollock. . .Khan? American Muslims in the Arts
- NY: Mosque Helps Bosnian Muslims Stay Connected to Culture
- Muslims Look for Mates in D.C. at Annual Speed-Dating Event (Wash. Post)
- Muslim, and Feeling Welcome at Catholic Colleges (NY Times)