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American Taliban fighter fights prison prayer rule

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – American-born Taliban fighter John Walker Lindh says a federal prison rule barring him and other Muslims from praying together daily is “absurd” and contends the U.S. is causing him to sin against […]

08/27/2012

Fearful Pakistani Christians make home in forest

ISLAMABAD (AP) – In the middle of a forest in Pakistan‘s capital, about 100 Christians are sleeping on the ground and building a church out of branches after fleeing their neighborhood when a Christian girl […]

08/27/2012

CA Muslims seek federal probe of pig-leg vandalism

(AP) – A Muslim civil rights group says vandals threw pigs’ legs at the site of proposed Southern California mosque and they want federal officials to investigate. The Los Angeles chapter of the Council on […]

08/10/2012

Churches hold Ramadan fast-breaking meal for congregation of burned mosque

(AP) – Churches in Joplin, Mo., are reaching out to members of a mosque destroyed in a suspicious fire. The Council on American-Islamic Relations says St. Philip’s Episcopal Church agreed to host an evening meal […]

08/09/2012

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