CREEPING SHARIA?: America’s First Muslim Frat House, No Partying, Just Prayer and Good Works

Published on September 10, 2013

Fraternities are often used as an excuse to hold wild parties, where the alcohol flows freely and no behaviour is too outrageous.

But at America’s first Muslim frat house, such debauchery is strictly forbidden – with the emphasis instead on charity work, self-improvement and mutual support.

Alif Laam Meem has been founded at the University of Texas, Dallas as a way for Muslim students to socialise together and enjoy college life without the drinking culture which is integral to most frats.

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