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Hundreds of local Muslims gathered to pray and feast Sunday as part of the religious holiday “Eid Al-Adha” at the Maple Park Community Center. Muslims around the world celebrate the day that marks the end of many a pilgrimage, or “Hajj,...
The Islamic Society of Western Maryland hosted a prayer and celebration for the Muslim holiday of Eid ul-Adha on Sunday. A formal prayer was held at Hager Hall on Dual Highway to accommodate a gathering of about 700 people, said Dr. Shahab Siddiqui,...
One of my happiest and most vivid childhood memories was waking up, in the heart of Cairo, to the loud recitation of "takbeerat," or chants, coming from every direction twice a year. I can relive it all in an instant when I close my eyes. These memories...
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KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsAfter a fire destroyed their place of worship this week, Muslims living in west Wichita improvised for Friday's prayer. The Islamic Association Mosque held its prayer service outside the burned facility. Its mosque caught fire early Monday morning and...
Tags: Islam, Religion and Belief
Muslims in Harford County celebrated the end of the holy month of Ramadan with a prayer ceremony Tuesday morning at the Bel Air Reckord Armory. As more than a billion Muslims worldwide celebrated completion of the month of Ramadan, Harford's Muslims...
Tags: Religious Festivals, Holidays, Ramadan, Islam, Family
Special to the Los Angeles TimesA Quiet Revolution The Veil's Resurgence From the Middle East to America Leila Ahmed Yale University Press: 352 pp., $30 When I was 13, one of my classmates came to school one morning wearing a beige head scarf. This was in the 1980s, in Morocco....
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Babylon & BeyondViolent storms Wednesday wreaked havoc on the annual hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia but didn't cause any notable injuries or halt the processions. Around 2.8 million people took part in the pilgrimage this year, a religious requirement for any able-...
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