Tag: Muhammad

The 8 Things I Keep Hearing From Muslims

| September 27, 2016 | 9 Comments
The 8 Things I Keep Hearing From Muslims

As a Muslim Reformer, I get to hear from a patchwork of Muslims, especially in response to the more challenging public statements I make. Most recently, the statement that rattled many was the testimony and Q/A segment of a House Homeland Security Committee hearing on Radical Islam. This is all part of the process, as […]

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The Higher Jihad

| October 14, 2014 | 1 Comment
The Higher Jihad

The word “jihad” strikes a nerve among most Americans, Muslim or otherwise. For Westerners, jihad invokes images of an Islamic Red Dawn. For Muslims, it leaves many of us unsettled and often unable to answer questions about what jihad means exactly. We shuffle uncomfortably and stumble for an answer; we’re not entirely sure. We’ve seen […]

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Is Islam Really Seeking World Domination?

| April 18, 2013 | 2 Comments
Is Islam Really Seeking World Domination?

This blog was sparked by a graphic that has been circulating on Facebook, asking the simple question—is coexistence possible with Islam. . .or is it a religion bent on world domination? I read the Qur’an a number of years ago trying to establish some form of context for what I was being told about it […]

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