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For me, it was fitting, but emotionally wrenching to start this year’s Karwan with a visit to the home of Afrazul Khan, the migrant worker whose life had ended last year in a particularly brutal hate killing. By  Harsh Mander We began this New Year with a journey of the Karwan e Mohabbat into Bengal. […]

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Some newspapers have presented a misleading and alarmist picture of the rate of divorce among the Muslims. By Abdur Rasheed Agwan* The divorce rate of Muslim women was 5.3 per thousand women in 2001 Census, which has risen to 5.63 in 2011 Census. It is only a slight increase in a decade’s time. What can […]

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We learned that Albania has a culture of harmony. It may lack the wealth of many other European Countries, but it certainly has one priceless export: the love and protection of the stranger.\ By Sheryl Olitzky I just returned from a trip to the Balkans. This Building Bridges Journey brought Muslim and Jewish women from […]

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