News and Analysis (2/10/19)

In a 5-4 vote the Supreme Court denied a Circuit Court’s wish to  hear the condemned Muslim’s plea for religious equality “with little briefing and no argument — just so the State can meet its preferred execution date”:

Musawwsah, a global movement for equality and justice in the Muslim family, has produced a video on why it is essential to distinguish between “Shari’ah, Fiqh and State Laws”:

“There is no room for the government in a woman’s closet” — National Council of Canadian Muslims Montreal representative Razia Hamidi:

Muslims in America and Turkey oppose Chinese concentration camps:

Sunni’s initial reaction that “the tyrants can be brought down,” was succeeded by “divisions … inflamed by the sectarian bloodshed that followed the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003, Syria’s long civil war and the regional rivalry between Iran and Saudi Arabia:

The Muslim ban inadvertently helped a Muslim woman filmmaker break Hollywood barriers:

Although Shahid  Shafi calls the  139-49 vote “to keep [him] as one of the party’s vice chairmen” … a stand ‘against bigotry of all kinds,'” he insists, “I hold no animosity toward anybody in this group”:

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