On Shariah Law: Tolerance is the Law of the Land

By Fatina Abdrabboh I teach a course at a law school on Islamic Law, familiar to some as sharia. Yes, I teach sharia to American law students. In fact, the country’s leading law schools are increasingly offering this course alongside others meant to equip American law students with the cultural skills of a global world. In my class, we [Read More…]

Combatting Islamophobia and Preserving Religious Freedom in Tennessee

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…]


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