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"To me, these initiatives show not only the goodness that came from Deah, Yusor, and Razan but also the goodness that is
Before his death, the Chapel Hill shooting victim tweeted about his dream for his community. His loved ones aren't going to let that dream fade away.
Family was a huge part of Razan, Yusor, and Deah's life, and I know that respecting the wishes of their families was what they wanted. Farris Barakat, Deah's big brother, posted: "Deah's last text to his mother: 'I love you mama.'"
A hearing will be held in early April for prosecutors to present their evidence to a judge, a member of the district attorney's
There is much to suggest these three students weren't killed solely over a parking space. This heinous act looks more like a hate crime.
One of the slain students, Deah Shaddy Barakat, 23, was a graduate dental student at the University of North Carolina and
Whenever anyone of us is diminished, we are all demeaned, when anyone or any group remains institutionally and socially stigmatized, marginalized, excluded, or disenfranchised, when violence comes down upon any of us, the possibility for authentic community cannot be realized unless and until we challenge it in truly transformational ways.
"These young people were extraordinary, but they were not unique in that they're young people who are Muslim who are doing
Farris Barakat told the thousands gathered at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill that he had planned to spend
The killings come at a time when Muslims in the United State have been the focus of efforts to stop mosque construction, enact targeted anti-Sharia state laws (which are already redundant under the First Amendment), and negatively stereotype Muslims in social discourse.
Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha, age 19. H/T BuzzFeed Each of the victims, Deah Barakat, his wife Yusor Mohammad, and her sister