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Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Under Trump, more churches offer sanctuary

U.S. Muslims see their relationship with Trump as strained

About three-quarters of Muslim Americans (74%) say President Donald Trump is unfriendly toward them, according to a new Pew Research Center survey. And they are no fans of Trump’s: Just 19% say they approve of the job Trump is doing as president, and among Muslims who reported voting last November, only 8% say they cast their ballots for him.
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MEDIA MENTIONS

Muslim Americans are more accepting of homosexuality than white evangelicals, Pew Research Center says

Aug. 2 - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution *

Islamic State and climate change seen as world’s greatest threats, poll says

Aug. 1 - The New York Times *

Indiana University professor: Muslims proudly embrace America

July 26 - The Indianapolis Star *

IN THE NEWS

Same-sex marriage: ‘Profound shift’ in Australian views

Aug. 2 - BBC News

Uneasy welcome as ultra-Orthodox Jews extend beyond New York

Aug. 2 - The New York Times *

Attack on Shiite mosque in Afghan city kills at least 29

Aug. 1 - Reuters

Under Trump, more churches offer sanctuary but few seek refuge

Aug. 1 - Reuters

Officials: Young Afghans trafficked to study under Taliban

Aug. 1 - The Associated Press

Another California imam stirs criticism after sermon calling Jews ‘unjust tyrants’ and praying to ‘destroy them’

July 30 - Los Angeles Times *

Paul Shanley, convicted child rapist and former priest, released from prison

July 28 - The Boston Globe *

In one day, Trump administration lands three punches against gay rights

July 27 - The New York Times *

Thousands of worshippers surge into Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque, 113 injured

July 27 - Reuters

Gov. Sam Brownback of Kansas will be nominated as religious ambassador

July 26 - The New York Times *

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