Let’s Not Celebrate Humayun Khan

Let me say one more thing about the reaction of some in the American Muslim community to Humayun Khan's participation in the Iraq invasion. As...

Knowledge vs. The Appearance of Knowledge: Know the Difference!

"And when it is said to them, "Believe as the people have believed," they say, "Should we believe as the fools have believed?" Unquestionably,...

San Bernardino: Conspiracy or Rationality?

The right to a trial and due process are considered basic human rights, but they are much more than that. Requiring due process is...

Feminism and Hijab (or the Dangers of Uncritically Adopting Modernist Discourse)

The most hated thing I have ever written by far is "The Hypocrisy of Feminist Outrage." It is also the most misunderstood. Contrary to...

When Insisting on “Civility” is Oppressive

Was Ibrahim civil in debating his people? Civility in dialogue is very important. As many scholars point out, there is often a lack of basic...

The Jihad of Jesus

Have Christians not yet made the connection between "the passion of the Christ" and jihad? The idea of striving and suffering for the sake of...

Innocent Until Proven Guilty… Unless the Government Accuses You of Terrorism

The Rights of a Muslim Accused of Terrorism Muslims who are accused of terrorism by governmental agencies are still Muslims. Even Muslims convicted of terrorism...

Muslim Feminists Selectively Quoting the Quran

Muslim activists, when you are explaining hijab and Islamic standards of dress to others, quote the *entirety* of the pertinent verses of the Quran...

The NYTimes’ Creepy Obsession with Muslim Sex Lives

The NY Times has been publishing a lot of trash lately about Muslims and sex. What is their fascination with Muslim sex lives? The problem...

Praising Servicemen? I’ll Pass

I was caught off guard by the number of American Muslims yesterday on Veteran's Day making sappy, over the top paeans to military servicemen...