Celebrating the spirit of giving
Najam Chisti says Muslims view Christmas as "a pagan holiday," However, the Muslims have two celebrations - Eid-ul-fitr and Eid al-Adha - that involve prayer, exchanging greetings and gifts, and charitable acts towards the needy.
Arab American group, Ann Arbor schools ask state not to schedule tests on religious holidays
An area Arab American parent group is working with Ann Arbor Public Schools to ask the Michigan Department of Education to not schedule state exams on major religious holidays.
Australian Cattle Tortured In Gaza
New footage allegedly showing the torture of Australian cattle in Gaza will today be released by animal rights activists, who have lodged an extensive legal complaint with government claiming industry regulations are not preventing cattle being subjected to "sadistic treatment" overseas.
HotStats MENA Chain Hotels Market Review - October 2013
Hotels in Abu Dhabi registered substantial growth in revenues and profits during the month of October 2013, according to the latest HotStats survey by TRI Hospitality Consulting Middle East.
A state appeals court handed a victory Wednesday to a police union, allowing its representatives to bargain with employers over the size of deductibles they pay for health insurance.
The American Prospect
Drone War Testimonials
A reporter sits down with one Pakistani family who traveled over 7,000 miles to tell their story to Congress-only five representatives showed up to listen.
In this November 28, americans celebrate thanksgiving day. Happiness spreads everywhere, across US.
The Daily Star
Syrians in Arsal tell of shattered lives
ARSAL, Lebanon: Khawla, a 17-year-old newly married bride, sits inside a tent surrounded by women eating pumpkin seeds, chatting and trading stories of lives turned upside down and loved ones lost.
Christian Science Monitor
Moscow mayor: No more mosques in my city
Russian police officers stand guard as Muslims pray outside the main Moscow mosque during celebrations of Eid al-Adha in October.