"Meet A Muslim" in St. LouisCAIR and other Islamic groups held a cook-off, food festival, and prayer session and invited the whole region
Local Muslim Leaders React to Revised Travel BanPresident Trump's revised travel ban is drawing mixed reaction from local Muslim leaders.
Jewish Federation: 'It's Disgraceful, But We're Not Surprised'The intentional desecration of nearly 200 headstones at a Jewish cemetery in University City is causing ripples throughout the community and nationwide.
Second Weekend Of Local Rallies Against Travel BanSaturday's began outside the federal courthouse in downtown St. Louis
Pro-Refugee Demonstrators Swarm Outside Of AirportProtest in sync with others across U.S. on new travel ban
Council on Islamic Relations Blames Trump for IslamophobiaThe group is hoping St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch will issue charges this week against that Affton man accused of threatening a Muslim family last week.
Local Council on American-Islamic Relations Deals with Threats"They want to create an environment where American-Muslims feel isolated, marginalized, and then they're more likely and easier to become radicalized, as well," Syed says, speaking of ISIS.
Local Muslims Condemn Paris AttacksCAIR-St. Louis says they pray for recovery and peace in France
Study: Muslim-Americans Being Treated Better, But Much Discrimination Remains"We graph Islamophobia on a ten-point scale," says Faizan Syed of the Council on American-Islamic Relations. "We have seen a drop to 5.9 from 6.4 since 2010."
Muslim Group Upset Over Possible University of Missouri HiringLarry James previously served as director of the behavioral science division at Guantanamo Bay and Abu Ghraib Prison.
Joplin Mosque Fire Called Evidence of HatredAn arson fire on July 4 damaged the Islamic Society of Joplin, and another blaze in the early hours of Aug. 6 destroyed it. No one was hurt in either blaze.
Charlie Brennan - Tuesday, April 24thCharlie talks with STL Native and "The Office" Actress Phyllis Smith; with Tim Gaynor about the sharp drop in illegal Mexicans; with Faizan Syed about new rules in Missouri jail, re: Muslim women and religious headscarves; with Andrew Cohen about a new amendment which would allow Missouri to secede; and with Damian Paletta, writer with the Wall Street Journal, about social security being exhausted by 2033, three yrs. earlier than projected.

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