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Archive for March, 2016

03 6 16
 

Celebrated scholar Dr. Hassan Turabi passes away

By Dr. Sulayman Nyang
 
Dr. Hassan Turabi, the celebrated scholar and political leader from Sudan, is now gone.
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03 5 16
 

Jesus from a Muslim perspective: Who is Jesus?

By Hadi Abdulmatin
 
This article is first of a 6-part series on Muslim view on Jesus.
 
One of the most fundamental belief systems in Islam is that Allah (GOD) has sent his chosen messengers and prophets to mankind in different nations and communities throughout the ages, from the time of Adam (PBUH) until His last prophet, Mohammed (PBUH). According to some Islamic traditions, there were more than 124,000 prophets who were sent by God to different nations and communities throughout human history.
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03 4 16
 

Shaykh Taha Jabir Al-Alwani passes away

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NEW YORK, NY (March 4, 2016) – The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) expressed its heart-felt condolences to the family and loved ones of Shaykh Taha Jabir Al-Alwani.
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03 2 16
 

Fight against prejudice should be led by U.S. Catholics

American Catholics should take the lead in fighting “the scourge of anti-Islamic prejudice”, a US bishop has said.
 
Speaking against the backdrop of the US’s first Catholic-Muslim National Dialogue, San Diego’s Bishop Robert McElroy warned that the US is witnessing “a new nativism”, which, he said, “the American Catholic community must reject and label for the religious bigotry which it is”.
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03 2 16
 

Dialogue Emphasizes Need for Inter-Faith Relationships

Elisabeth Smith | Asst. News Editor, USD Media
 
Many Muslim and Catholic leaders packed the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice Theatre last Wednesday evening for an Inter-Religious dialogue. As the audience prepared for the dialogue people of all ages, ethnicities, and faiths mixed together in the seats.
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03 2 16
 

Bishop challenges Catholics to combat 'anti-Islamic bigotry’

By Denis Grasska, Catholic News Service
 
SAN DIEGO (CNS) — San Diego Bishop Robert W. McElroy is challenging U.S. Catholics to take an active role in combating “the scourge of anti-Islamic prejudice.”
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03 2 16
 

Bishop challenges Catholics to combat ‘anti-Islamic bigotry’

By Denis Grasska, Catholic News Service
 
SAN DIEGO (CNS) — San Diego Bishop Robert W. McElroy is challenging U.S. Catholics to take an active role in combating “the scourge of anti-Islamic prejudice.”
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