"Muslims faced the sharpest discrimination with 38 percent fewer emails and 54 percent fewer phone calls to the voice mailboxes set up by the researchers. In New England, 6,400 applications were sent to 1,600 job postings by employers. But applications mentioning any religious tie were 24 percent less likely to get a phone call, according to the study published in Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. Again, Muslims bore the brunt of discrimination, receiving 32 percent fewer emails and 48 percent fewer phone calls."
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Eid 2013

A trip to Palestine
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Waiting for Customers by Srosh on Flickr.
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Maggie Stiefvater, The Scorpio Races

What are you filling the gaps of your heart with?