EXCLUSIVE Interview with Abu Taubah Forces America to Look at Deeper War on Terrror

| August 22, 2016 | 1 Comment

Abu Taubah Orlando Shooting Muslim ReformersShireen Qudosi talks with Abu Taubah, the Florida imam linked to Orlando Nightclub Shooter Omar Mateen. Following the Orlando Shooting, FOX’s Greta Van Susteren interviewed Taubah, who was accompanied by his attorney.

Shireen Qudosi got the other exclusive: a two-hour phone call where Taubah explored issues of race, extremism, leadership, immigration, women’s rights, and where he seen’s Islam headed in the next couple generations.

Read this eye-opening profile that pulls the covers on America’s true fight against radicalism.

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Shireen Qudosi is a Top 10 North American Muslim Reformer. She founded Qudosi Chronicles shortly after 9-11 when she noticed a widespread failure in honest conversations about Islam. Since it’s launch, Qudosi Chronicles has developed a broad and diverse following that has helped spark Muslim reform. Shireen is half Pakistani, half Afghan and a Sufi American Muslim who feels strongly that Islam is fated for an evolutionary leap in consciousness. And that leap is necessary in order for a global world of people to take the next collective step in advancing human dignity and excellence.

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  1. Garry Goldfarb says:

    Hello again,

    finally found the newer articles I was looking for.
    In reading this and the links to your other discussions
    about political correctness , around the world.
    It becomes a little clearer to me why you seem to
    be supporting Trump.

    More importantly, you are educating all of us………….
    for the better. For the bigger more complete picture.
    Thank you so much for all that you are doing.

    And I will continue to pass the word.

    Garry Goldfarb

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