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The Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom

We build bridges and fight hate, negative stereotyping and prejudice. We are changing the world, one Muslim and one Jewish woman at a time. We now have 50 chapters and are working with women who want to get involved in the Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom to start new chapters. Please contact us if you’d like to be a part of starting a chapter.  

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Shocked by Parris Island Hazing Scandal, Muslim Vets Still Stand by Marines

 

Growing up in a secular Muslim family in Washington, D.C., Rajai Hakki struggled to figure himself out. Then the September 11th attacks gave him clarity.

He considered himself fully American, but after the terror attacks Hakki felt that his name and Syrian ancestry raised doubts about his allegiances.

And so Hakki quit college and enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps. "I wanted to prove something — that Arab Americans and Americans from Muslim backgrounds are not terrorists or killers or some sort of psychos," Hakki said.

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Shocked by Parris Island Hazing Scandal, Muslim Vets Still Stand by Marines

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