When an image of South Africa is conjured among peoples of the world, a few things come to mind: the Apartheid regime of the past; South Africa’s miraculous peaceful transition to democracy; winning
A simple twist of fate has set President Obama’s second Inaugural Address for January 21, the same day as the Martin Luther King Jr. national holiday...
Read Sahar El-Nadi's reflection on how she sees Hijab. She explores how Hijab can be romantic when a Muslim man lifts a veiled woman’s hijab on their wedding night, it’s their private celebration
President Obama observed that the United States has gone a long way since the days of racial segregation, but White privilege remains. In 2006 author Martin Amis opined that ‘The Muslim community wi
Over the course of the next 24 hours, both my Facebook and Twitter feeds were flooded with various updates of excitement with a slew of varying hashtags on Twitter which empowered the 23,000+ tweets p
Most Americans know that the United States is holding suspected "terrorists" at Guantanamo, but what they do not understand is that many of the men in this facility have never been charged with any cr
This Thursday, read "Ramadan Letters," three posts by Jeewan about letters he sent to "himself" in the first ten days of Ramadan as a reminder and a wake-up call!
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