Orlando: History on Repeat

Mass acts of violence perpetrated by Muslims against Western citizens are inevitably used to set new rules of acceptable religious discourse within the Muslim...

Oregon Militiamen if They Were Muslim

People saying if the Oregon militiamen were Muslim, they would have been killed by now. Sure, that would be Day 1. On Day 2, "terrorism...

An Open Letter to the LGBT Community in Light of Orlando

Let me explain why I as a Muslim don't "stand" with the LGBT community.  Just so we are clear, gunning down people whether they...

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Pictured above is our brother Muhammad Abubakar Said. He has been missing since October 14th of this year after he was abducted at gunpoint...

A Step-By-Step Guide to Avoid Accountability for War Crimes: Afghanistan Edition

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America’s Essential Workers – From Heroes to Villians: Where Do Muslims Stand?

Because America is so morally fickle, yesterday’s friends can be today’s enemies. Which is exactly why American Muslims should begin to worry about the...

Transgender Muslims in the Subcontinent? Making Sense of Hijras

Changing one’s gender and behaving as the opposite gender are now understood as not only acceptable, but something to embrace and celebrate. Those who...