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Actor Sean Penn Joins Egyptians in Tahrir Square Protest

U.S. actor Sean Penn joined thousands of Egyptian activists who packed downtown Cairo on Friday demanding that military rulers speed up the transfer of power to civilians and end emergency laws once used by Hosni Mubarak against his opponents.

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Park51 Cultural Center Opens Its Doors

With no protesters and little hint of the controversy that consumed lower Manhattan last summer, the Park51 Islamic community center officially opened its doors to the public Wednesday night.

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Proud to be American Muslims

The 26th annual United American Muslim Day Parade took place in New York City on Sunday.

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IMAN - Where The Action Happens

Checkout the Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN) headquarters in the heart of the southwest side of Chicago.

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Jordanian Artist Showcases Crafts in New Shop

Local Jordanian artist, Idrees Al-Sweiss, opens a new shop - HayatCo Arts - in Bridgeview, Illinois showcasing his art.

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Chicagos DEVON Street

The infamous Devon Street located in Chicago's Roger's Park/Edgewater is host to countless Indo-Pak restaurants, clothing and fabric shops, zabiha markets, salons, medical and law offices, travel agencies, and many other businesses.

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911 Ten Years Later

The tenth anniversary was a subdued, sober affair in New York City

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IMAN Hosts a Day of Remembrance and Solidarity

A Day of Remembrance and Solidarity brought together local and state leaders to commemorate the loss of life on September 11, 2001, and in subsequent years, from victims and first responders, to soldiers and innocent civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Jordan Richter The Comeback Kid

Professional skateboarder Jordan Richter's rapid rise and his sudden disappearance from the spot light in the mid 90's after seeking a spiritual path is documented by the recently released documentary, Wayward Son: The Jordan Richter Story.

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Somalia Famine Claims Tens of Thousands of Lives

Tens of thousands of people, many of them children, have already died in Somalia – the seat of what is being called the Horn of Africa famine.