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Pro-NYPD Muslims

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“They are doing a tremendous job to clean out terrorism. We support the NYPD to help us.” Troubled peace series Part 3.

Fervent radical Muslim caught trying to blow up Federal Reserve Bank in NYC

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Did covert police surveillance or Muslim community support catch terrorist Quazi Nafis? Troubled Peace Series Part 2

Troubled peace in NYC’s Muslim community. Part 1

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Controversies over anti-jihadist subway ads & NYPD surveillance.

Love not the Wasters! A Queens Muslim view of the envirnoment.

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Afghan Islamic Center/Masjid Hazrati Abu Bakr in Flushing, Queens

Being Muslim in New York

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Years after the trauma of Sept. 11, New York never stops changing. In 2015 NYC had 285 mosques and about 600 000 Muslims, mostly born outside U.S. borders.

Mixing Muslim tradition with the American Dream in Jamaica, Queens

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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.

Video: Mixing Muslim tradition with freedom of religion in Jamaica, Queens

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Freedom of religion allows Shia Muslims in Jamaica, Queens to preserve their traditions.

Kunta Kinte of Highbridge, Bronx Community District 5

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In the Highbridge area around 167th Street and Sheridan Avenue, we ran across many Mandinka, predominately Muslim people from West Africa.

NYC is a place where enemies can meet as friends, Rev. Ryan Holladay, Lower Manhattan Community Church

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Nearly twenty percent of all national news coverage for the week of September 6 – 12 was devoted to controversies over the proposed Islamic community center in Lower Manhattan and the anti-Muslim sentiment it has aroused. The economy and midterm elections received seventeen and twelve percent, respectively, according to the News Coverage Index by the […]

NYC is the context of a global meeting of faiths, Rev. Andrew Lee, ISAAC

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Mayor Bloomberg’s speech on religious freedom in New York City advocates for the proposed mosque and community center, called the Cordoba Initiative, on the grounds of the religious freedom and tolerance that have been woven into the historical fabric of the United States.  In evaluating his discourse on this controversy, it would be helpful to […]

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