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Local News

Omar Suleiman: An Anti-Semitic Terror Attack Happened, Even If It Didn’t

The Irving imam on the psychological fear that he and so many others live with each day.
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Religion

UTD Is Home to the First ‘Muslim Interest’ Fraternity; Now, It’s Expanding Beyond

It's an alternate network for young men looking for the community afforded by Greek life without all of the negatives.
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Religion

These Two Women Want to Bring Accountability to Local Mosques

Abuse in the Muslim community is rarely discussed. But Alia Salem and Huma Yasin want to change that—starting with resources for victims.
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Religion

In an Irving Office Building, a Destination for Millennial Muslims

Dallas is home to one of the nation’s most rapidly growing Muslim populations. So why didn’t it have a place for them beyond mosques? Meet Roots.

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Personalities

How a Former NFL Player Became a Voice for American Muslims in Dallas

Husain Abdullah is trying to fight discrimination against both the African-American and Muslim communities.
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Local News

Portrait of a Pro-Life Feminist

Destiny Hernon-De La Rosa will challenge your notion of what it means to be progressive.
Local Government

Leading Off (1/27/17)

Finger-pointing continues over pension fund, ISIS threatens First Baptist Dallas, and more.
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Interviews

Q&A: Pastor George Mason Isn’t Afraid of Controversy

For the Wilshire Baptist Church leader, it was easier to deal with Ebola than the fallout from his church's recent decision.
Crime

Leading Off (9/30/16)

A cold case solved and a fight over a deck park.