- Hadith of the Day: Author Debuts Muslim Children's Book
Now a mother of two, Al-Kalby has found that the need for children's books on Islam is still there. She takes the Hadith, or the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad, as her inspiration. "When a Muslim plants a tree, whatever is eaten from it is charity from him and whatever is stolen is charity and whatever is subtracted from it is charity," the epigraph of "The Apple Tree" reads.
- CAIR: Suburban Elections See Rise in Muslim Candidates
Ahmad previously worked with the Council on American-Islamic Relations in Chicago. Through her involvement with the Muslim civil rights organization, she began to recognize the potential for growing future leaders within the Chicago area Muslim community.
- CAIR: Hate Crimes Against Muslims Escalating 10 Years After 9/11
"Our focus is not to urge Muslims to prepare for more attacks or be mindful of the potential of more attacks. Rather we emphasize a community response to marginalize hate speech and hate motivated crimes," Muneer O. Awad of CAIR-NY.
- FL: Victim in Anti-Muslim Hate Crime Decided Not to Use Gun (TB Times)
- Sale of Current TV to Al-Jazeera May Be a Win-Win (Wash. Post)
- The Backlash to Al-Jazeera Begins (Politico)
- Video: CAIR Ad Campaign Takes Stigma Out of Word 'Jihad'
- NY: Muslim-Americans Give Back to Community with Free Health Clinic
- Muslim-American Group Helps Sandy Victims, Spreads Understanding
- What's So 'Religious' About 'Religious Terrorism'?