NH News
10:04 am
Mon May 19, 2014

In Sudan, Manchester Man Hopes To Appeal Wife's Death Sentence

Daniel Wadi remains in Khartoum in the hope of appealing his wife's death sentence.
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The New Hampshire-based husband and brother-in-law of a pregnant Sudanese woman say they're hoping they can still secure her freedom, even though a key deadline has passed.  

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Word of Mouth
9:47 am
Wed May 29, 2013

The Rise Of The Hijab Blog

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Bathing suit anxiety takes on a whole new dimension for Muslim women…so do skinny jeans and other body-conscious fashion trends.  A spate of blogs and podcasts aimed at Muslim women have grown along with the fashion blog trend. Blogs like Hijab Trendz, Dianrainbow and Slice of Lemon feature tips and creative approaches to dressing with style as well as modesty.

Mariam Sobh is a Chicago-based journalist and public radio colleague from WBEZ in Chicago. She created Hijab Trendz in 2007, which averages 2 million page views a month.

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The Exchange
8:44 am
Tue May 14, 2013

A Roundtable Of Granite State Muslims

Following the Boston Marathon bombings many Muslims in New England said they felt under scrutiny once again as reports of the attackers links to extreme Islamic ideology emerged. We’ll talk with Muslims here in New Hampshire about what kind of conversations are going on within their own communities, as well as the perceptions they encounter from others.


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Word of Mouth
9:45 am
Wed August 1, 2012

A Former Muslim's Journey to Understanding Islam

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Once a practicing Desi Muslim, Heina Dadabhoy is now a self-proclaimed atheist, feminist, and a blogger at Skepchick.  She recently funded her Kickstarter project, A Skeptics Guide to Islam.