Muslim Father Khizr Khan’s Powerful DNC Speech Reconnects a Muslim American Veteran

Submitted by Michelle Bedy Barzal, Veteran, U.S. Marine Corp. There’s been an ugly dialogue taking place  as of recent, and I have often ended up in intense discussions with others in Northeast Ohio about immigrants that are Muslim.  Here’s what I wrote, verbatim, about the the father of Captain Khan, KIA in 2004: The father […]

A Letter of Support from Ruth Moyte

Dear Shireen: It was a pleasure meeting you last month at the Victory Party. I very much enjoyed our conversation and I am impressed by your intelligence and confidence. I have to share with you that you have been a source of inspiration to me as I search for truthful answers in forming my opinion […]

Makeup and the Hijab: A Study with Seven Muslim Women Explores Possible Contradictions

A Study with Seven Muslim Women Explores Possible Contradictions By Ruhi Al-Ahmed For the majority of women across the globe, makeup has almost become a necessity for them. Samina Akhter, a Muslim businesswoman has launched UK’s first “halal makeup” meaning that it is 100% free of alcohol and animal products. After reading this article on […]

Mike Hayutin

Coalitions Win Wars, Infighting Loses Them

Squabbling and mistrust among those who share values and who recognized the depth of the radical Islamist threat to Western values is counterproductive. One of my tasks as San Diego Chapter leader for Act! For America is to build a coalition of like-minded Americans to protect our precious way of life from the imposition of […]

Tackling Racism in GOP Politics

By Sunana Batra I first stumbled upon Nikki Haley last Thursday, on Gawker.com, one of my secret naughty pleasures full of all things dirty and bad. I was struck by her beauty. Indian women are ever oh so lovely. But once I read that some fatso ignorant republican from South Carolina was discrediting her not […]

Face to Faith: Freedom of Religion Should be Extended to the Use of Drugs in Spiritual Practice

By Alexander Beiner In the heavy, moist air of the Amazon rainforest, I sit waiting as an old shaman pours an ancient sacrament into a cup. The brew he has prepared is ayahuasca, a blend of two plants that provides a visionary experience of such sublime, boundary-dissolving beauty that it changes the way you see the […]

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