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IN TIMES OF CRISIS, IGNORANCE DOES NOT HELP!

By Raheel Raza, The Clarion Project June 14, 2016

In wake of yet another attack of terrorism by Jihadists in Orlando Florida we are deeply saddened but not shocked. This attack is not the first or the last. It’s just another checkmark in a string of attacks by the extremists as they gleefully cross off the targets they have destroyed while planning for more attacks.

Once again media pundits and experts are using the language ...

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Raheel Raza on the Tennessee Attack: It’s a War, Stupid

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http://www.clarionproject.org/analysis/raheel-reza-tennessee-attack-its-war-stupid

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The Quranic Inheritance Law: The Case for a Gender-Neutral Understanding

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The Quranic Inheritance Law
By Abdur Rab* and Hasan Mahmud**

 

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Maligning Malala

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“Boxed and Packaged Islam” Trying to Pass Itself Off as Mainstream Islam

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Raheel Raza: In the Muslim world, silence falls

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Raheel Raza, National Post | August 13, 2014 | Last Updated: Aug 13 6:45 AM ET

Syrian refugees arrive at the Masnaa border crossing on the Lebanon-Syria border on August 7, 2014. Syrian refugees arrive at the Masnaa border crossing on the Lebanon-Syria border on August 7, 2014.

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Dishonoring the Message of Ramadan

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Muslim extremists avow their faith yet violate a sacred month meant for prayer and reflection.

By SALIM MANSUR
July 10, 2014 7:24 p.m. ET

In the Islamic calendar, Ramadan is a holy month commemorating when Muhammad received the first of the revelations from the Angel Gabriel that make up the Quran. This year Ramadan began at the end of June and will continue until July 28. It is appalling that this period, traditionally set aside for prayer and reflection, has been turned ...

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First woman to lead Friday prayers in UK

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BY JEROME TAYLOR, RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS CORRESPONDENT

A Canadian author will become the first Muslim-born woman to lead a mixed-gender British congregation through Friday prayers tomorrow in a highly controversial move that will attempt to spark a debate about the role of female leadership within Islam

Raheel Raza, a rights activist and Toronto-based author, has been ...

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Letter to Editor – Globe and Mail

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6 February 2014

Editor, Globe and Mail

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