Archive for the ‘Muslims’ Category
Tony Carnes, editor with A Journey through NYC Religions, says while there are concentrations of Muslim neighborhoods, the task Cruz is proposing is unrealistic.
Azhar Usman performs a hilarious standup for the Muslim Funny Fest 2015 at Comic Strip Live in NYC. Tackling a tension-filled premise of Muslims in airports.
Executive Director of the Islamic Center at New York University & Chaplain, NYPD. Plus MLK Day event listing
African American leaders of Mosque City NY reflect on the San Bernardino shootings.
New York City has more mosques than any U.S. city by far, and more than any other state.
Now, not far from Mr. Trump’s childhood street, a dozen mosques are spread out along Hillside Avenue — there are 93 in Queens, one third of the city’s total, according to “A Journey Through N.Y.C. Religions.”
The Muslims, like other religious groups in the city, divide between those who put politics at the center of their social involvement, and others, who put the cultivation of the soul as their first civic duty. Mosque City NY, Part 14
Sarsour’s energy starts to rise as she talks about the acceptance of Muslims in New York City. She hopes to discover a kindred spirit in Pope Francis at the Memorial. Mosque City NY, Part 13
Muslims are deeply religious and regularly pray and a third are immersed in mosque culture.
Imam Muddasar Hussain, 29, the leader of Masjid Noor Al-Huda near Gun Hill Road in north central Bronx. Mosque City NY, Part 11