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rabble staff | DawaNet's Project Civic Engagement is hosting an important national debate to discuss multiculturalism, immigration and topics that are important to young Muslim Canadians.
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Dionne Bunsha | When Stephen Harper hosts Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his visit to Canada this week, they will be greeted both with adoring fans and with protests. Which response is more appropriate?
Podcast
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Victoria Fenner | A panel discussion in Halifax reflecting on Malcolm X's faith and contribution to the struggle for African-American civil rights.
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Ella Bedard | The Toronto and York Region Labour Council adopts statement of solidarity with Muslims and racialized people.
News
Toronto & York Region Labour Council | This statement of solidarity was adopted by the Labour Council's Delegates meeting in February 2015. It has gone out to every affiliated union.
Activist Toolkit
| Offering support for Muslim LGBTQ women
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Photo: White Square Campaign
Leila Marshy | A new campaign provides a simple way to show opposition to the Quebec Charter of Values: the white square.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | In an interview recorded on June 22, Conn Hallinan traces some of the swirling currents of conflict now centered on Syria.
Book Review
Alif the Unseen
Amira Elghawaby | Alif the Unseen brings together the mystical elements of Islam and the hardcore digital age that helped topple dictators in the Middle East.
Podcast
Redeye
Mordecai Briemberg | Chris Ferguson is a United Church minister who has worked with the World Council of Churches in Jerusalem and as their representative on Palestine at the United Nations.
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Anita Kranjc | On August 18, Nahla Abdo's new book, Women in Israel, was launched in Toronto, with a discussion by b.h. yael, Himani Bannerji, Lilian Abou-Tabickh and Amir Hassanpour.
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My Fellow American
rabbleTV | The My Fellow American Channel was created to offer a new narrative about Muslims in America and offer people a safe platform to discuss their opinions.