Twin explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon turned the event into a scene of horror Monday afternoon.
The billboard wars continue in San Francisco. Every so often Anti-Muslim demagogue, Pam Geller blows a wad of cash on an ad (hominem) campaign against Islam, or at least critical of the boogeyman Muslims she imagines under her bed.
Education is what remains after one has forgotten everything he learned in school. The quote is brilliant but ultimately flawed; one, Einstein forgot ‘she’ and two, he failed to foresee schools like Averroes Institute.
I'm not afraid. Somebody has to start the conversation, said Chris Ramazzotti, who's Lebanese and agreed to reveal his name while discussing homosexuality among Arabs here.
Dr. Ingrid Mattson, a Canadian-born Muslim convert and the first female President of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), spearheaded the establishment of the nation's only accredited Islamic Chaplaincy Program at Hartford Seminary. She once lamented that chaplains were often taking on the title of imams after graduation.
For the first time, an American Muslim has won a national award for work promoting the compatibility of Islam and classical liberalism or “limited government.”
I first read about Justin Mashouf when I was reading the book All American: 45 American Men on Being Muslim. The introduction to his essay mentioned that he is a filmmaker who met with Iranian breakdancers and also participated in a b-boy battle while filming his documentary Warring Factions in Iran.
Walid Rahman was homeless from the time he was 4 until he was 10. He moved from couch to couch as his family struggled to earn a living while caring for Walid’s terminally ill father.
An Iraqi-American named Shakir Hamoodi used to run a gourmet food market in Columbia, Missouri. Now, he's in a federal prison in Kansas.
A federal investigation by the USDA of the oldest halal meat slaughtering and product company in the United States raises grave concerns for Muslims about the infringement of first amendment rights.