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Syrian Refugee Women Mark Another Eid in Exile

Syrian Refugee Women Mark Another Eid in Exile

For the last five years, Somia and her sisters have had a new Eid tradition: “On the first morning, we wake up and we weep.” Somia, forty-one, fled Syria during Ramadan 2012, after waking up to the sound of bullets in the pre-dawn hours. At the time, she was living with her sisters and their families in their hometown of Dera’a. The household’s eleven children, awakened by the din, dove into their mothers’ arms. Their fathers crept to the windows to see the dark shape of tanks rolling down the city’s streets. Somia’s niece, Lana, then four years old, crawled under the bed and froze. [read more at Muftah Magazine] 

Syrian Activists Fight ISIS With Cameras

Syrian Activists Fight ISIS With Cameras

Muslims waste no time building opposition to Trump’s proposed registry

Muslims waste no time building opposition to Trump’s proposed registry