There’s a new leader of the Philadelphia chapter of the country’s largest Muslim advocacy group, and he’s Jewish.
Hundreds of people are expected to protest in front of the northeastern Pennsylvania compound of an influential Turkish cleric whom they accuse of secretly promoting a radical Islamist agenda.
He also said the older brother, Tamerlan, had become a devout Muslim about seven or eight years ago.
Two American women and a Maryland teen convicted of helping terrorists plan a Muslim holy war are set to be sentenced by year’s end.
Connect, a ten-week program of facilitated online discussion among students from Western and Muslim countries, is growing in popularity.
The comment on Fox News on Monday lasted all of ten seconds. Immediately afterwards, the NPR news analyst said he is not a bigot and not all Muslims are terrorists, but the damage was done.