When critique of Islam goes too far

Regarding “An honor rescinded at Brandeis” (Letters,April 15): Brandeis University rescinded an invitation to Ayaan Hirsi Ali to receive an honorary degree not because she was critical of Islam, but because some of her views on Islam are virulently hateful. Hate speech is still free speech and is thus protected. …

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Bosnia Floods

  “The consequences…are terrifying”   According to a Reuters news report yesterday, Bosnian Foreign Minister Zlatko Lagumdzija told a news conference. “The physical destruction is not less than the destruction caused by the war.” Lagumdzija said more than 100,000 houses and other buildings in Bosnia were no longer fit to …

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Stand with the Prophet

    Register at the FACEBOOK Page!  Frustrated with Islamophobes defaming the Prophet? Fuming over extremists who give bad name to Islam? Remember the Danish cartoons defaming the Prophet? Or the anti-Islam film, “Innocence of Muslims”? Hate groups in the U.S. have invested at least $140 million dollars to attack …

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1st Annual Youth Symposium

1st Annual Youth Symposium The Islamic Council of New England proudly presents the “First Annual Youth Symposium” which is part of the Council’s newly adopted Youth Strategy. This program is aimed to inspire the youth (aged 14-24) of the New England region, encourage civic engagement, instigate in them positive societal …

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CURRENT AND FORTHCOMING EVENTS

CURRENT AND FORTHCOMING EVENTS– (This section will be updated as information becomes available- ) BOD meeting Schedule for 32015 Thursday January 8, 2015 Wednesday May 13, 2015 Wednesday September 09, 2015 Wednesday February 11, 2015 Wednesday June 10, 2015 Wednesday October 14, 2015 Wednesday March 11, 2015 Wednesday July 08, …

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