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Theresa McCune: You Can’t Handle The Truth
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Posted in Uncategorized on 2 November 2010
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I enjoy meeting new people and am always open to conversation. I have even made some good friends this way. However, if you aren’t prepared to hear the answers, then please hold your questions until after you’ve read at least some of the Quran and/or Hadith in your language.

Laith Saud: Addressing the “Muslim Problem”
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Posted in Uncategorized on 1 November 2010
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So let’s talk about the supposed “Muslim Problem.” This week Bill O’Reilly has been on a crusade to warn the American public that there is a “Muslim Problem” and that political correctness is stifling any discussion of it−the firing of Juan Williams being an example of such correctness.

Laith Saud: Is the “War on Terror” a war or an Ideology?
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Posted in Uncategorized on 8 October 2010
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As Americans we do not like ideologies, they are rigid and uncompromising; we have historically preferred practical solutions to political problems than pre-formulated ideological ones.

Theresa McCune: Life As a White Muslim
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Posted in Uncategorized on 5 October 2010
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It is a strange thing to stand between two worlds, with a foot in each, wanting to be in both, and yet not being able to split yourself completely between them.  I find myself again and again at odds with my surroundings, and yet I am at home.

OIC Calls for a Collective Initiative to Combat Islamophobia and Terror
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Posted in Uncategorized on 4 October 2010
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The phenomenon of Islamophobia has marked the beginning of the twenty first century, and has shown how vulnerable basic misunderstanding and deeply-rooted bigotry against minority groups can resurface to pit one part of humanity against the other, thus creating cultural fault-lines on a global scale.

Message to Texas: More, not Less Education
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Posted in Uncategorized on 30 September 2010
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The resolution claims that certain textbooks have a clear agenda in promoting Islam, using as an example one textbook in which 120 lines are devoted to Christian beliefs, practices and holy writings, while 248 are about Islam.

M. Cherif Bassiouni: GR White Paper: Islamophobia and the New York Mosque Controversy
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Posted in Uncategorized on 27 September 2010
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Referring to the proposed Muslim Community Center in lower Manhattan as the “Ground Zero Mosque” has inflammatory and misleading implications.

Scott Alexander: A Moral Fallacy in the Park51 Controversy
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Posted in Uncategorized on 24 September 2010
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The problem, however, is that the question as to whether the Park51 project should move forward is based on a moral fallacy. As human beings, we must respect the suffering of all those in pain and try to do all that we reasonably and morally can to help alleviate and transform it.

Laith Saud: Questioning the Legacy of 9/11
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Posted in Uncategorized on 22 September 2010
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If 9/11 shall be the legacy that defines America, we must critically engage that legacy and, more importantly, remember that perhaps legacies do not define us but that we, indeed, are the authors of our future, of our legacy.

Theresa McCune: This is What I am
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Posted in Uncategorized on 22 September 2010
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If my fellow Americans are against me for being Muslim, then they are against everything that I am, because I am a free American in a land of religious freedoms, who chose to exercise my right to “Freedom of Religion”. I chose Islam freely, independently, and privately.