We Can’t Breathe: An African-American Muslim Mother Speaks

Mahasin's son Aadam Ibrahim Aleem in the garden, doing for self.

I thought I was doing a good job compartmentalizing recent events until I couldn’t sleep for several nights in a row. The deepest recesses of my being just wouldn’t allow it. My soul was too busy trying to make sense of the evils ravaged against my peoples. [Read more...]

Muslims in the House: A History Lesson Born from a Prayer in Congress

Jefferson's "original rough draft" of the Declaration of Independence. Note: Jefferson was born approximately 13 years after Job's enslavement in America began.

Muslim History Detective’s log, 08/7/13 TALIB SHAREEF, a retired U.S. Air Force veteran and imam of Washington, DC’s Masjid Muhammad, eloquently delivered the opening prayer during last Wednesday’s session of the U.S. House of Representatives. What a refreshing sight to behold during the final few days of the blessed month of Ramadan. At one point, [Read More...]


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