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A Muslim’s Christmas Story

A Muslim’s Christmas Story

Christmas is when Christians celebrate the birth of Christ. It’s not really relevant that controversy surrounds the claim that Jesus was born on that day you see. December 25th was most likely chos

Americans Making a Difference in Muslim World

Americans Making a Difference in Muslim World
What of the many men and women who are not Muslim and are making a difference, who cross the self-made boundaries we create for ourselves in our multi-layered, multi-faithful world? They should be rec
Last Updated on Monday, 15 December 2014 18:58

Spiritual vs. Romantic Love

Spiritual vs. Romantic Love
There has been a tendency to mix between romantic and spiritual love, with a mistaken belief that both are just two faces of the same coin. While I agree that both emanate from the same sacred fountai
Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 December 2014 14:15

Is Faith a Choice or a Gift?

Is Faith a Choice or a Gift?
Belief is a choice, and it requires an active conscious commitment to an intellectual process. But faith is a blessing and not a choice. Belief is an intellectual response to reality. Faith is an e

Holy Land - The Facts and the Friction

Holy Land -  The Facts and the Friction
Before science introduced the concept of facts, religion had already instituted the power of faith. Faith that the prophecies of God will come to pass by observing, not breaking his laws. Faith that n
Last Updated on Saturday, 15 November 2014 12:55

Wrestling with Conscience on Faith

Wrestling with Conscience on Faith
I have, for many years now, been engaged in a private battle, struggling to resolve feelings of remorse over my deliberate absence and resulting indifference towards my local Muslim community. To reme
Last Updated on Monday, 10 November 2014 02:10

Terrorism: A Muslim’s Thought

Terrorism: A Muslim’s Thought
According to David Schanzer, director of the Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security in Durham, N.C, religious people are more resistant to radicalization. Religious people tend to make pea
Last Updated on Friday, 31 October 2014 17:00

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