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Mourners Gather To Remember Malcolm Xs Grandson

A moving memorial for Malcolm-Latif Shabazz, grandson of the great American civil rights leader, Malcolm X, was held Friday morning at the Islamic Cultural Center of Northern California in Oakland, Calif.


The Sounds of the Arab Revolution Come to Brooklyn

The Middle East and North Africa are known for their tradition of poetry, used to pass on lessons in history, ethics and more through carefully crafted verses and rhymes.


One Billion Rising: New York

Thursday night in Times Square at one of the many events going on around NYC for the One Billion Rising global day of action.


195000 Facebook LIKES later a Photographer Rises

Irfan Ahson captures beautiful moments. And he has over 195,000 Facebook fans to prove it.


KABBADI ! A world sport you may never have heard of until now!

Kabbadi is a world sport involving rough and tough 'Raiders'


An American Wedding

Jean Song is Korean-American, from Michigan. Rishi Porecha is Indian-American, from California. Jean and Rishi met in college, in Philadelphia, a decade ago. Last December, they got married.


Rare Photos of Remote Tajik People in China

Taskurgan is an unforgiving place. Located at 10,140 feet in the Pamir mountain range on the borders of Afghanistan and Tajikistan, close to Kyrgyzstan and Pakistan, this small autonomous Kashgar Prefecture county in Xinjiang, China is cold, the winters are long, and food is hard to come by.


Pakistani Christians Celebrate Christmas

Shahnaz's smile was contagious. Each morning she came and swept our home of the dust it had accumulated in just 24 hours.


Reclaiming the Meaning of Jihad from Extremists

'MyJihad', an ad campaign to educate the public about the Islamic meaning of Jihad launched last week in Chicago.


The Syrian Revolution in Metaphor

Syrian photographer Jaber alAzmeh captures the uprising in a series of images.