Islam

Youth Group at NY Mosque Holds Food Drive

January 14, 2002

Source: New York Daily News

On January 14, 2002, The New York Daily News reported that "youths from the Islamic Center of Long Island, a Westbury [NY] mosque, set out to defend their faith after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks... The result was the largest collection ever for the mosque's third annual food drive... Much of the donations, which included boxes of cereal and juices, would go on to youth shelters and homes where they are sorely needed... Muslims practice charity as one of the 'five pillars of Islam'... Some in the youth program said they hoped...

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Religious Centers and Developers Negotiate in Denver Suburb

January 11, 2002

Source: The Denver Post

On January 11, 2002, The Denver Post reported that "members of a southeast Denver mosque would like to move it to the Stapleton redevelopment area [a Denver, CO suburb] and build their homes there... Officials with the developer, Forest City, say it's the first such proposal they've heard from a religious group. Ibrahim Kazerooni, imam of the Islamic Center of Ahl Al-Beit... said his 150-member congregation is outgrowing its mosque because as many as 500 attend special events. Members might want to build a school, an Islamic...

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Mainstream American Muslims after September 11

January 10, 2002

Source: The Christian Science Monitor

http://www.csmonitor.com/2002/0110/p15s1-lire.html

On January 10, 2002, The Christian Science Monitor featured the article "Muslim in America." It reported, "For Muslim Americans, the months since Sept. 11 have been a wrenching experience that has brought both the best of times and the worst of times - opening the door to broader acceptance in US society, but then in effect slamming it on their fingers at a time when they might be...

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Virginian Teenager Forced to Remove Hijab in Public

January 9, 2002

Source: The Washington Post

On January 9, 2002, The Washington post reported that Enaas Sansour of Virginia said "a male airline security screener at Baltimore-Washington International Airport forced her to remove her scarf last month. In front of strangers... Even though the metal detector, she said, never sounded.. 'No guys are supposed to see my hair until my husband sees it when I get married,' said Sansour, 17... 'It was very humiliating with all those people staring at me like I did something wrong'... the Washington-based Council on American-Islamic...

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Masjid Al-Nas'r

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