Tag: Islamism

Why Are Islamists Rising as Scholars and Community Leaders?

Why Are Islamists Rising as Scholars and Community Leaders?

| August 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

In the ongoing struggle to balance Muslim-American rights with Muslim American accountability, there was a little known event that set a new landmark in the fight against Islamism. On March 25th, 2016, the Islamic Society of Wichita (ISW) canceled their fundraising event due to local community pressure. ISW planned on hosting guest speaker and professed […]

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War on Terror: Language in an Asymmetrical War

War on Terror: Language in an Asymmetrical War

| May 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

I recently wrote a piece for CounterJihad on the most recent concerted effort to manipulate a key weapon in the war on terror: language. Titled, “The Left’s New Strategy is to Deny ‘Muslim Radicalization’ Exists, the article shows how foreign interests use proxy ideologies to subdue free speech and inquiry on radical Islam. You can […]

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The Case for Trump

The Case for Trump

| May 11, 2016 | 9 Comments

Muslim Reformer Shireen Qudosi on why we must simply walk into Mordor and support Donald Trump. The Friday before the Indiana primaries, I was approached by the Trump campaign’s Foreign Policy Advisor, Walid Phares, to see if I’d be interested in joining them as a Muslim reformer. I had to ask myself whether this was […]

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Let’s Talk About Islamism: Defining the Problem

Let’s Talk About Islamism: Defining the Problem

| April 13, 2016 | 0 Comments

Let’s Talk About Islamism is a Facebook group created in response to the difficulty people have in tackling Islamism. Our conversation shows the diversity of viewpoints and brainstorms productive solutions to the issue. This series blog is collated from the Facebook group conversations by co-moderators Elliot Friedland and Shireen Qudosi, and is rich with intermixed […]

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Pro-Muslim Brotherhood Candidate Eyes Public Office

Pro-Muslim Brotherhood Candidate Eyes Public Office

| May 13, 2009 | 0 Comments

In an April 2004 speech at a Muslim American Society (MAS) conference in Overland Park, Kansas, Dr. Esam Omeish stated that either Islam will “become the dominant religion of the next century” or “we may be forcibly rejected from the West because of forces of intolerance, racism, and bigotry.” In 2006, the Muslim American Society […]

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