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Bismillah walhamdolillah. May Allah accept my repentance and yours. I am an attorney, a stepfather, a husband, a son, and a Muslim. Studying Islam is a means, reflecting what I have learned is a must, and to Allah is the inevitable return. If you would like my help, know that Allah is the source of all aid. If you would like to contact me, try tariqnisarahmed at Gmail, LinkedIn, Twitter, or add me as a friend on Facebook.

Sanctions against Children | She said ‘We Think the Price Is Worth It’ (Updated)

Iraqi woman and child from 1996 60 Minutes broadcast.

In 1996, then-Ambassador of State Madeleine Albright was asked about reports that 500,000 Iraqi children had died as a result of US-imposed sanctions. She replied: "I think this is a very hard choice, but the price - we think the price is worth it." Read More »

Domestic Violence Series: Protecting Yourself from a Violent or Abusive Spouse

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If your spouse beats you, or threatens you or your children or other loved ones with physical violence, or makes you afraid constantly, then please seek help. But a woman should not have to be beaten or physically hurt before she has access to help. You have a right to feel safe. If you are in doubt about whether your situation is abusive, you still have every right to ask for help. And if you are not being abused, but you know someone in such a situation, please do not wait until some terrible act takes place. Read More »

“Prosecuting the Unspeakable” – An Unknown Story About War Crimes Tribunals

"...how attorneys are using advanced technology to analyze vast amounts of evidence, in some 13 languages, to help bring to justice the war criminals responsible for the atrocities committed in the Balkans, including the attempted extermination of all Bosnian Muslims..." Read More »

May 7 Mobilization for Dr. Aafia Siddiqui — 11am

May the love of Allah fill the hearts of our brothers and sisters until courage rises in their limbs and their tongues, and they stand for justice and mercy for all innocents and all those being tortured, and especially for our sister, Dr. Aafia. Read More »

April 9 Mobilization for Dr. Aafia Siddiqui – 11 am

Please support this muslimah by sharing the information with everyone you know who can be in the Dallas-Fort Worth area tomorrow. And if you can attend, too, even better! Read More »

When You or Someone You Love Needs to Restrain a Violent or Abusive Spouse

If your spouse beats you, or threatens you or your children or other loved ones with physical violence, or makes you afraid constantly, then please seek help. But a woman should not have to be beaten or physically hurt before she has access to help. You have a right to feel safe. If you are in doubt about whether your situation is abusive, you still have every right to ask for help. And if you are not being abused, but you know someone in such a situation, please do not wait until some terrible act takes place. Read More »

The New York Times Editorial Page 1 – Congressman Peter King 0

Representative Peter King of New York is no stranger to bluster, but his sweeping slur on Muslim citizens is unacceptable. Read More »

The Best Care for Dementia: Appropriate Kindness

It is an unusual posture for a nursing home, but Beatitudes is actually following some of the latest science. Research suggests that creating positive emotional experiences for Alzheimer’s patients diminishes distress and behavior problems. Read More »

Former President of Israel Is Convicted of Rape

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An Israeli court convicted the country’s former president, Moshe Katsav, on two counts of forcible rape on Thursday... Read More »

Boonaa Mohammed fundamentally alive at TEDx

"Kill them with love" Read More »

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