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Islam

A Bittersweet End for Beren Academy

Mar 4, 2012 By Jason Cohen

The Beren Stars fell to the Abilene Christian Panthers, 46-42, in Saturday night's TAPPS 2A final, but people are still talking about how the Houston Orthodox Jewish day school got there. 

Theology Professor Calls Islam a Cult

Dec 14, 2011 By Sonia Smith

A Tarrant County College adjunct professor resigned from his post after two Muslim students objected to his characterization of Islam in his Great Religions of the World class.

The Traitor Next Door

Apr 1, 2002 By Mimi Swartz

His name was Wadih el-Hage. He had an American wife and American kids, a home in Arlington, a job at a tire store in Fort Worth, and a secret past that led straight to Osama bin Laden.

Tex Mecca

Apr 30, 1999 By Helen Thorpe

What are tens of thousands of Muslims doing in Arlington? Adjusting to life in America, debating the merits of assimilation, and trying to convince the world that they’re not terrorists.