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Category Archives: Middle East
Prayer for our Brothers and Sisters in our Human Family
Our thoughts and prayers at this time are with those who are grieving, suffering pain, or who have been affected by the terrible earthquake and tsunami in Japan. O Allah, may everyone sense Your loving compassion, which calms our troubled … Continue reading
The Bundle of Sticks
By Aesop AN OLD man on the point of death summoned his sons around him to give them some parting advice. He asked his servants to bring in a bundle of sticks, and said to his eldest son: “Break it.” … Continue reading
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Why can’t I denounce Hamas…?
By Paul Salahuddin Armstrong Why can’t I denounce Hamas, without being seen by some as anti-Palestinian and confused about Islam? Yet, the very same people who accuse me, deny Israel’s right to exist and even Hamas’ crimes against their own … Continue reading
Prophet Muhammad’s Promise To Christians
By Muqtedar Khan, January 1, 2010 There exists in the Sinai a document written by the Prophet of Islam that clearly lays out the responsibility Muslims have to protect the Christians that live in their midst. It is a potent … Continue reading
Was Ayesha A Six-Year-Old Bride?
The Ancient Myth Exposed by T.O. Shanavas A Christian friend asked me once, “Will you marry your seven year old daughter to a fifty year old man?” I kept my silence. He continued, “If you would not, how can you … Continue reading
UN Human Rights Council Regarding Israel
Paul Salahuddin Armstrong Watching recent events, in light of history, has been key to me taking the stance I now have regarding Israel. Before embracing Islam ten years ago, I neither understood the situation in Israel, nor was particularly interested. … Continue reading
The Swastika and the Crescent
In the wake of Sept. 11, new light is thrown on the international ties increasingly linking Muslim and neo-Nazi extremists By Martin A. Lee (Spring 2002) As Germany’s defeat loomed during the final months of World War II, Adolf Hitler … Continue reading