Archive for the ‘Muslims’ Category
Holy book suffers in the hurried city life. Education issues for 2013.
Material objects have never been just symbols of the materialism of the secular city. They have always been the vehicles for religious discussion and moral solidarity.
NYC Muslims await guidance from their religious leaders about controversy over NYPD anti-terrorist strategy
After years of building trust with the NYC Muslim community, the NYPD now faces that it is breaking down. Troubled Peace series Part V
As a leading figure among NYC Muslims, Daisy Khan quickly made public her opposition to the NYPD strategy of covert surveillance of city Muslims. Trouble peace series Part 4.
“They are doing a tremendous job to clean out terrorism. We support the NYPD to help us.” Troubled peace series Part 3.
Did covert police surveillance or Muslim community support catch terrorist Quazi Nafis? Troubled Peace Series Part 2
Controversies over anti-jihadist subway ads & NYPD surveillance.
Afghan Islamic Center/Masjid Hazrati Abu Bakr in Flushing, Queens. By Climate Desk.
Ten years after the trauma of Sept 11, New York never stops changing. It already has 180 mosques and about 600 000 Muslims.
What does the American Dream mean to the immigrant Muslims, who are arriving to New York City in ever greater numbers? On Memorial Day, Tayabali reflected on this question in a small hall on Springfield Boulevard in Jamaica, Queens. He and 200 other Shia Muslims were meeting to remember Syedna Qutubuddin Shaheed, who died a martyr in 1648 AD.