Brandeis Chooses Not to Tolerate Intolerance

Ayan Hirsi Ali

By Obaid H. Siddiqui Ayaan Hirsi Ali is a polemic figure. Her atheist supporters laud her as a fierce and much needed critic of Islam. Her Muslim opponents see her as a blasphemous apostate, some of whom have heaved very real death threats upon her. Brandeis University, which planned to award Ali with an honorary [Read More...]

Don’t Fall for the Crazy Fatwa – It’s Either False or Just an Opinion

Fatwa Jeff Bridges

By Davi Barker  We’ve all been taken in by a rouse. At least I was, and it’s embarrassing to admit because you’d think by now I’d have learned. The good folks over at Electronic Intifada (genius branding, by the way) have done some homework and exposed the recent so-called “gang rape fatwa” as yet another [Read More...]

Combatting Islamophobia and Preserving Religious Freedom in Tennessee

Murfreesboro

By Remziya Suleyman Last year when anti-shariah legislation was introduced in Tennessee, I never imagined it would awaken our community as it did. But now the community alliance that was forged in that struggle is facing its greatest test in protecting the expansion of the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro. At a time in American history [Read More...]

The Vilification of CAIR

CAIR under the microscope

By Rabia Chaudry The is the first in a two-part series on the vilification of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and how the American Muslim community has responded. There is only one national organization in the United States whose primary mission is protecting the civil liberties of American Muslims, and that is the Council [Read More...]


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