NEWS

  • Coasters, Camaraderie and a Case of Nerves

    JACKSON, N.J., Sept. 17 – It may have been Aqsa Khan’s first visit to Six Flags Great Adventure, but she knew enough to hustle over to the park’s largest roller coaster as soon as the midday prayer ended.

    “I thought I was going to die,” said Ms. Khan, a sophomore... Read more

  • Six Flags over Islam

    For half an hour at about 2 p.m. last Friday, the main attraction at Six Flags New Jersey was not the Nitro, the “tallest and fastest roller coaster in the East,” or the Superman Ultimate Flight ride. Within sight of the front gate, not far from the faux Revolutionary battlements of Fort... Read more

  • Ain't American won'erful

    July 31, 2008 12:18 PM

    Lenin said that capitalists would sell the rope used to hang them, an amusing assessment that exaggerates to make the point but has an element of truth.

    What is more true is that capitalism is a truly resilient system, because it co-ops its detractors and opponents,... Read more

  • Thousands Roll, Coast Into Six Flags for Muslim Family Day

    By Arif Kabir

    Muslim Link Contributing Writer

    Superman. Batman.... Read more

  • Muslim Family Day attracts nearly 57,000

    Wednesday, 07 October 2009 VALENCIA, Calif. – When a Six Flags roller coaster restarts after 20 minutes of being suspended 150 feet in the air, you would expect cheers and applause from spectators and riders alike. What you usually would not expect is to hear the vibrant sound of “Allahu Akbar”... Read more