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Amid growing tension, Muslim convention aims to dispel 'destructive myths' about Islam

Amid a presidential campaign season that has seen increased anti-Muslim rhetoric, and in the wake of Islamic State-inspired attacks in California and abroad, a national Muslim-American organization is bringing its annual convention to Baltimore this weekend. It expects to draw tens of thousands for programs aimed at "dispelling destructive myths about the Islamic faith and about Muslim Americans."

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Stitching for the glory of God at St. Nicholas Episcopal Church

Needlework enthusiasts gathered on February 27, 2016 to work on stitching canvases for God’s glory. All are welcomed to join this two-year long project to be a part of this creative journey to show the work of God.
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