A Show Called Trumpmania

By Kari Ansari Something called “media” provided a little, little narcissistic man with extreme insecurities a beautiful platform from which to speak; it was so beautiful it caught the attention of Joe Six Packs and Hockey Moms around the country. As he came down a golden escalator to speak to everyone from the shopping mall [Read More…]

6 Key States and Numerous Local Elections Crucial for American Muslims

Embed from Getty Images This is the last in a four-part series focusing on the 2016 election cycle and how American Muslim communities factor into the political process. Click here for part one, here for part two and here for part three. Thousands of local and state races are being decided on Nov. 8, as well as [Read More…]

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Become an Informed Voter: Learning More about Candidates and Issues

This is the third in a four-part series focusing on the 2016 election cycle and how American Muslim communities factor into the political process. Click here for part one and here for part two. By Altmuslim Staff With less than 20 days to go until voting on November 8 in the 2016 presidential election, many voters are looking [Read More…]

The Muslim Political (and Otherwise) Leadership Must Diversify Beyond Arab and South Asian

By Hamza Khan The bottom line is this: Arab and South Asian Muslim power brokers need to take a step back and empower a much more diverse generation of Muslim leaders in the USA. We’ve already begun the transition here in Montgomery County, Maryland, with a movement among our county’s 100,00 Muslims to bring in [Read More…]

Is it Better to Vote Based on a Candidate’s Policies or His/Her Faith?

Election 2012 – American Muslims VOTE! By Hesham Hassaballa Faith is a very important aspect of our lives. And, it is not unreasonable to expect that candidates for public office will also hold their faith as an important part of their lives. President Barack Obama, a Christian, and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, a Mormon, [Read More…]

Presidential Debates – What to Watch for as Obama and Romney Tackle Foreign Policy

By Fawaz Gerges The debate tonight comes at an important time — issues in the Middle East with global significance are developing by the day. Recent events, like the violent protests in Libya and Egypt, Iran’s growing nuclear program and massacres in Syria have brought the candidates’ respective foreign policies, a fringe issue thus far [Read More…]