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Hannan Adely

North Jersey News

New Jersey, United States

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Recent articles by Hannan:

New Jersey Latinos say politicians snub them — until election season begins

Latino voters say politicians don't include them or understand them. A new group is trying to change that. → Read More

'Prison is death': NJ deportees freed from Haitian jail after suffering deplorable conditions

Patrick Julney and Billy Balisage of Elizabeth were among a group of deportees freed from a Haitian prison. But their worries are not over. → Read More

Student sues over 'we don't negotiate with terrorists' remark at Ridgefield school

A Ridgefield high school graduate is suing over a teacher's comment, which captured national headlines and ricocheted across social media. → Read More

'They threw him in a corner': After cholera outbreak, one deportee is dead, two others ill in Haiti prison

ICE deported men to Haiti, where they were put in prison without charge. Now one is dead and others fear for their survival amid cholera outbreak. → Read More

At Teaneck hearing, NJ leaders propose ways to combat 'rising hate' and antisemitism

New Jersey leaders call for stronger action to fight hate and antisemitic threats at Homeland Security hearing in Teaneck. → Read More

Hindu nationalism may be on the rise in New Jersey. Here's why

From parades to protests, political strife in India is roiling New Jersey's Indian immigrant communities. → Read More

Tensions simmer over Islamic Center plans in Teaneck

Muslim group makes new bias claims in Teaneck zoning case. → Read More

Tensions simmer over Islamic Center plans in Teaneck

Muslim group makes new bias claims in Teaneck zoning case. → Read More

Tensions simmer over Islamic Center plans in Teaneck

Muslim group makes new bias claims in Teaneck zoning case. → Read More

In a pivot, Pakistani schools nonprofit focuses on fundraising for flooding relief

In NJ, Pakistani community is holding fundraisers and clothing drives to help flood victims. → Read More

'It's beyond hell up in there': Families to rally for freedom for deportees in Haitian prison

In a fight to free deportees in Haitian prison, families plan a NYC rally while legal groups call for a hearing before Organization of American States. → Read More

'There is no future.' A mother laments after son charged with Salman Rushdie attack

Since the brazen and bloody attack, a picture has started to emerge of a young man who in recent years had seemed isolated and depressed. → Read More

'We lock the door': Paterson mosque-goers fearful after second bias attack

Muslims at a Paterson mosque are planning for security measures after the second alleged bias incident in eight months. → Read More

'Bring Patrick home': Groups pushing to free NJ man, other deportees from Haitian prison

At least 20 deportees, including a NJ and PA man, are locked up in a Haitian prison as police demand money from their families to release them. → Read More

'Being held for ransom': Deported NJ man now jailed in notorious Haitian prison

Haiti is throwing U.S. deportees into prison 'for ransom,' advocates say, including a New Jersey man who is being held in a packed prison. → Read More

Muslims celebrate faith, unity at MetLife for Eid al-Adha

Thousands of Muslims gathered to celebrate Eid al-Adha at MetLife Stadium in a show of unity and prayer Saturday. → Read More

In Paterson, a halal slaughterhouse faces 'overwhelming' pace ahead of Muslim holiday

A Paterson halal slaughterhouse, one of the biggest in the nation, is bracing for its busiest days during Eid al-Adha. → Read More

In a post-Roe era, the internet could help or hurt women seeking abortions. Here's how.

In a post-Roe world, the internet could be an asset for women seeking abortions. But concerns oer misinformation and digital surveillance are growing. → Read More

'Not every day you see this.' Bear running around downtown Englewood

A black bear stunned visitors to downtown Englewood on Saturday. → Read More

Steeped in Middle Eastern traditions, a Little Falls church celebrates 100 years

Founded by Syrian immigrants, St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church in Little Falls has been a center of faith and tradition for a century. → Read More