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Man in 9/11 probe not done talking yet

Man in 9/11 probe not done talking yet

Chicago Sun-Times September 5, 2002 | Frank Main A Kuwaiti sentenced to eight months in prison for sneaking into the United States may have to testify before a federal grand jury in Chicago in the post-Sept. 11 investigation, one of his advocates said Wednesday. Nabil...
Muslim Group Takes Its Message To The Mall

Muslim Group Takes Its Message To The Mall

The Record (Bergen County, NJ) March 31, 2002 | RICHARD COWEN, STAFF WRITER PARAMUS — The small group of people who came to Garden State Plaza on Saturday to promote Islam didn’t know whether to expect apathy, hostility, or respect from shoppers. They got...
Religion briefs

Religion briefs

The Herald News – Joliet (IL) January 4, 2002 ATLANTA — Muslims from across the Southeast are being urged to visit churches and synagogues, and hold open houses at mosques to try to dispel misconceptions about Islam, especially after Sept. 11. “Take...
So what year is it?

So what year is it?

The Washington Times (Washington, DC) January 3, 2002 | Toto, Christian Byline: Christian Toto Millions across the globe this week greeted the start of the New Year by tacking up a fresh calendar on their wall, or checking the one installed on their Palm Pilot or...
Arab League Accuses Landlord of Eviction Move

Arab League Accuses Landlord of Eviction Move

Seattle Post-Intelligencer December 25, 2001 Byline: P-I NEWS SERVICES NEW YORK — The 22-member Arab League filed suit yesterday alleging that its landlord is illegally trying to evict it from its Manhattan offices after the terrorist attack Sept. 11. The league...
Muslim Leaders Condemn Raid on Texas Business

Muslim Leaders Condemn Raid on Texas Business

Washington Report on Middle East Affairs November 30, 2001 | C, Delinda American Muslim leaders held a news conference outside the headquarters of Infocom, an Internet business in Richardson, Texas, on Sept. 6 to describe a raid on that business the previous day as...