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From Kansas to Palestine, Hatred and Pie


So a 73 year old KKK member has just gone on a shooting spree in Kansas, killing three people. He specifically targeted people of the Jewish faith. For every Muslim who condemns the killings and extends their sympathies to the Jewish community, expect to be asked, "But what about Palestine?" Because now that the shooting has stopped, let the shame grenading begin. Read More »

Quebec’s Ruling Party Suffers Crushing Defeat – Despite the Anti-Muslim Campaign

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The lunacy which has dominated the discourse coming out of Quebec over the last year has finally been countered with a dose of sanity. In a historic vote this Monday, the ruling Parti Québécois (PQ) suffered a major defeat after just 19 months of taking office. Premier Pauline Marois organized an ugly campaign which centered on identity politics and secession ... Read More »

Islamophobia is Stupid: Part III

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Islamophobia is stupid: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4   The Messenger of Allāh said, “The believer does not defame, abuse, disparage, nor vilify.” (al-Tirmidhi) So it is official, Islamophobia IS stupid! Well, at least the Associated Press (AP) rejected the term (along with Homophobia and “ethnic cleansing”) in their most recent update to the ... Read More »

Lowe’s Clarification and Why YOU MUST Take Action On This Issue

Let's get caught up: 1. Lowe's pulls advertising from All American Muslim under pressure from right wing nutjobs From the right wing nutjobs: Florida Family Association sent out a third email alert on December 6th which reported The Learning Channel's new program called All-American Muslim. All-American Muslim is propaganda that riskily hides the Islamic agenda's clear and present danger to ... Read More »

Home is where the Heart is: An American Muslim Mourns


She must have been glowing and happy when she boarded that American Flight 11; she was going to attend a friend’s wedding in Los Angeles. Rahma would not have wanted to be remembered as a victim; she was a positive, powerful woman. She used her talents to make her adopted country a better place to live. Her friends still miss her and mourn her, and many gathered together last weekend at the college campus where Rahma spent 4 years of her life. The lesson I learned from 9/11: never take a day for granted, for life is very fragile and very short. Read More »

British Bigotry – Sayeeda Warsi’s Speech

I remember once collecting for Charity Week with another sister a few years ago at university and observing the countenance of a woman as she walked pass reading my t-shirt. As soon as she saw the word ‘Islamic’, the expression on her face turned into one of horror and disgust as she walked away from us even faster than she was at the time. Whenever I look back on that, I think about WHY she did that. Read More »

Juan Williams: O’Reilly’s Colin Powell? A teachable moment or a civil rights ‘slam dunk’?

Any time someone says “I am not a Bigot,” you'd better hold on to your seats because a stupid statement is normally the next thing to come out of their mouths. What Juan said is deplorable and still, the reality is that a lot of people feel the same way. Read More »

“Civil Rights” Group ADL Backs Bigots & Islamophobes Against Cordoba House “Ground Zero Mosque”

In what has startled many in the mainstream media, the premier Jewish civil rights organization in America, ADL, has joined the ranks of bigots, Islamophobes, and opportunistic politicians in coming out against the Cordoba House Read More »

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