Have you ever been to Zam Zam Market, a Pakistani restaurant down the street from King Fahad Mosque in Culver City? If not, there was probably good reason: The take-out shop was only open from Thursday to Sunday at irregular hours, and often only cooked a limited supply of dishes that ran out quickl ... More >>
The anti-Islam video that set off a fire storm in the Middle East appears to have been made by a few fanatical Coptic Christians right here in Southern California.
But the Coptic Orthodox Church of Los Angeles will join hands with the Muslim Public Affairs Council today to denounce the almost-silly ... More >>
The offices of L.A. Voice, where Umar Hakim is in residency, are on the third floor of the First Baptist Church of Los Angeles. So when it comes time for Hakim to offer his daily prayers, he finds a quiet room, faces Mecca and turns his thoughts to God.
"Most people don't object to prayer," he says ... More >>
Anne Fishbeinthe invisible restaurant criticDear Mr. Gold:
New York City has the legendary halal carts at 53rd Street and Sixth Avenue. Please tell me Los Angeles has something similar.
--Joseph Saranglo, via Facebook
BY MARC COOPER
We had been told since the beginning that the Taliban, al Qaeda and jihadists in general worked on what was called a "biblical calendar." None of this faster, quicker B.S. They would take their time in restoring the Caliphate.
But who knew the Weather Underground had ... More >>