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COMMENTARY: The reckless right-wing war on America

It is tragic to watch contemptuous right-wingers declaring war on America. With little heed for consequences on either actual people … Continued

The $588 million I (thankfully) didn’t win

I played the New York lottery for the first time last week. My $2 ticket didn’t win the $588 million … Continued

Can the Muslim Brotherhood survive?

The Muslim Brotherhood (MB), until after the Egyptian revolution began in 2011, was a civil society movement. Then, the leadership … Continued

Is the GOP ready to see women as equal under God?

“Game Change,” HBO’s move adaptation of the Mark Halperin and John Heilemann book about the 2008 presidential election, has drawn … Continued

Upon this stubborn rock

Disruptive innovations cascade into our lives. No one gets a free pass. Apple recently unveiled e-publishing technology that promises to … Continued

Religious ideals, imperfect candidates

Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP In this file photo taken Oct. 31, 2011, Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain answers questions at … Continued

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Is Charlie Sheen an anti-Semite?

Questions abound over possible reasons for Sheen’s dismissal from “Two and a Half Men.”

After Tucson shooting, soul searching

Congressional staffers observe a moment of silence in honor of the Tucson shooting victims. Six people died and 14 were … Continued

Communities of faith and our ecological crisis

Today’s guest blogger is Ibrahim Abdul-Matin is author of Green Deen: What Islam Teaches About Protecting the Planet and a … Continued

Muslims caught in the middle of debate about them

By Aziz H. Poonawalla I’m a regular listener of NPR. You might call me an NPR junkie, in fact. One … Continued