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More Gun Violence Follows Deadly Holiday Weekend | Wgn-tv

Holiday weekend death toll climbs to 15 in Chicago - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports

Now a local activist says someone tried to shoot him. Community activist Jedidiah Brown says he had just left an anti-violence event Monday night when he was nearly killed in a drive by shooting. That comes as Area Central detectives investigate the latest deadly shooting. A woman was with a group of people, at 69th and Hamilton, when someone on a bicycle fired into the group. Jaynisha Scheffer, 19 was shot in the back and pronounced dead in the hospital. Police made no arrests for her murder. That happened not long after the mayor joined community activists at an anti-violence vigil on the citys South Side to condemn all the weekend violence in chicago that again drew a national spotlight. 82 people were shot from Thursday afternoon to early Monday morning. 16were killed.They include a 14 and a 16-year-old boy.
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Ramadan Is Morphing Into a Meaningless Holiday Season - TIME

Eat Butter Fat Time Magazine Cover The Cook County Medical Examiner's Office says 25-year-old William Allen was pronounced dead shortly before 2:30 p.m. on Monday afternoon. Police say Allen was shot Sunday night. Allen was one of more than 50 people shot over the long holiday weekend. The killings continued Monday with the slayings of three people - the first two early Monday and the third on Monday night on Chicago's South Side. The Chicago Sun-Times reports that the latest victim was a 19-year-old woman who was shot in the back by a gunman who rode up on a bicycle and opened fire. Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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Fast forward to modern American Muslim life. Ramadan has taken on a completely different form, and Im as guilty as any in indulging and reinforcing it. Within our communities, invitations to iftars/social events get sent out weeks in advance, often overlapping so much that the truly determined iftar-hop in order to get them all in. In a month devoted to the abstinence of food, we paradoxically spend our days preparing it, and our evenings feasting on it, making sure to Instagram culinary creations that took the better part of a day to finish. We have turned our attention from celebrating the month inwardly to making sure others know about it. We spend an increasing amount of time blogging, lobbying and spending on Ramadan. The greatest shift, however, is in how Ramadan is perceived by society at large. I regularly get unsolicited Ramadan Mubarak! messages from friends, colleagues, even strangers both in person and on social media.
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