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Syrian Refugees in Kitchener- Waterloo

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Siba Al-Khadour In October 2015 the Region of Waterloo began its preparations to welcome the Syrian refugees. All government and non-government organizations came together and...

Coalition of Muslim Women’s Islamophobia project in Kitchener

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Sarah Shafiq, Kitchener The Coalition of Muslim Women of KW (CMW) has been concerned with the impact of Islamophobia on the Muslim community in general...

Muslim Women Empowerment Circle at The Delton Glebe Counseling Center

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Sondous Attar, The Circle The Muslim Women Empowerment Circle is a group of women who get together to help support and empower each other. Psychotherapist and...

My Ramadan Experience in Canada compared to Saudi Arabia

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Sondous Attar, Staff Writer, The Circle Ramadan is here and Muslims all over the world will be fasting this month. It is the month when life goes...

5 ways Canadians have stood up to Islamophobia

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The only mosque in Peterborough, Ont., was damaged in a deliberately set fire on Saturday night. Police are calling the arson a hate crime;...

THE FIRST MOSQUE IN CANADA: AL RASHID MOSQUE

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In the early 1930s, the total Muslim population in Canada was 645, with highest concentrations in Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia. Edmonton was home...

Rohingya Youth Voices of Kitchener-Waterloo

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ROHINGYA youth voices of Kitchener- Waterloo is in the running for the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) Spotlight 150 Awards.Please see the link...

Respect Graduate School, Inaugural Conference “Islam in America: Civic and...

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NOW ACCEPTING PAPERS  Respect Graduate School is calling for papers to participate in our inaugural conference, “Islam in America: Civic and Religious Youth Identities.”  The...

The Young Muslim Entrepreneur Who is Hungry for Success

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Shazia Saleem jokes that she started her food company simply because she was hungry. The bigger story is that she spotted both a gap in...

Syrian Refugees: New Canadians, New Entrepreneurs

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For nearly a decade, Mona Bassaj and her husband Ihsan Agha owned and operated a small sewing factory in the suburbs of Damascus, Syria,...