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When Zahir Mian’s prayer clock rings to announce the sunset prayer, he politely excuses himself and performs his ritual pre-prayer ablution, unfurls a prayer rug towards Mecca, and prays like any Muslim.
Not all followers of Islam, however, would consider Mian a fellow Musli
CAIR-Chicago attorney Bitta Mostofi and CAIR-Chicago client discuss how Muslims, immigrants and non-immigrants alike, are common targets of suspicion and unreasonable citizenship delays on PBS-Wttw 11 Chicago Tonight, Chicago Matters: Beyond Borders series
I question whether the problematic practices discussed in your article should be attributed to Islam as a religion.
They are unique to the particular culture of the immigrants in question.
Illegal immigrants and their allies gathered Monday for marches, prayers and demonstrations on a planned national day of economic protest, boycotting work, school and shopping to show their importance to the country.
I would like to thank Andrew Greeley for reminding us that all Americans have ancestors that immigrated here (“Bigots forget own immigrant roots,” Aug. 12). Recent immigrants face hard times today and it is good to know that not everyone is demanding the United States continue supporting actions such as those against Ibrahim Parlak and his family.
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