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Muslim Woman Appointed as Obama Advisor

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Muslim Woman Appointed as Obama Advisor

Dalia Mogahed, a veiled Egyptian American, will advise President Obama on prejudices and problems faced by Muslims. Many Arabs hope it’s a step toward reversing stereotyping.

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IGIC Twitters

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IGIC Twitters

I Got It Covered has made it to the world of Twitter. You can now follow us at http://twitter.com/igotitcovered Tweet

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Climbing Up

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Climbing Up

My recollection of the dream begins with me climbing up a steep hill, with many others both in front of and behind me. All of us were struggling to get to the top as though there was something up there we were seeking. And there really was. As I climbed and climbed, I felt as though I would never reach the top, although I could see that others before me had.

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Narrow Windows

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Narrow Windows

Looking at me back then, no one would ever have known I was a Muslim American. Stereotypically, people would assume I was the traditional garden variety Christian. Things started to get a little suspicious when I just so happened to marry an Egyptian. Strange things began after that.

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Ya Ummi: Searching for Naseeha

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Ya Ummi: Searching for Naseeha

When a Muslim seeks naseeha, or advice, it is best to seek that advice from people of knowledge. This can include people with the knowledge of Islam, but it can also include people with knowledge of the situation you are seeking advice for and people whom you trust. So I am personally coming to you, the readers, for naseeha. Although I may have an idea on how to approach this situation, the best advice can sometimes only come from those who have actually experienced it.

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