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November 11, 1999 | ANDRE BRISCOE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When M. Faiz Rehman came to the United States from Karachi, Pakistan, in 1985, he found it hard to get news from home by reading American newspapers. "You couldn't just click on to the Internet as easily as you can today and get news," said Rehman, who publishes out of Cypress. "There was no other source for me to find out what was happening in Pakistan."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 11, 1999 | ANDRE BRISCOE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When M. Faiz Rehman came to the United States from Karachi, Pakistan, in 1985, he found it hard to get news from home by reading American newspapers. "You couldn't just click on to the Internet as easily as you can today and get news," said Rehman, who publishes out of Cypress. "There was no other source for me to find out what was happening in Pakistan."
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October 17, 2003 | Philip Brandes, Rob Kendt, David C. Nichols, Don Shirley, Daryl H. Miller,
Talk about the many sides to a complicated subject: Only a few blocks from the Mark Taper Forum, where Tony Kushner's gripping "Homebody/Kabul" probes the deep chasms between fundamentalist Islam and the West, Cornerstone Theater Company sets out to bridge cultural fissures with a lighter, closer-to-home touch in "You Can't Take It With You: An American Muslim Remix" at the Los Angeles Theatre Center.
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