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Qur’an defeats Muslim Barbarism – Imam Zaid Shakir (Emel)

January 11, 2011 by

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Qur’an defeats Muslim Barbarism By Imam Zaid Shakir Issue 75 December 2010   There has to be an honest and faithful understanding of the Qur’an. One of the fundamental assumptions driving the current demonization of Islam and Muslims in the West is the idea that acts of wanton violence undertaken by isolated Muslim individuals, or […]

What to Do about Anti-Christian Violence in the Middle East (The Hudson Institute)

January 10, 2011 by

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Anti-Christian violence (or any type of violence against religious minorities) is completely antithetical to the teachings of Islam and must be wholeheartedly condemned by Muslim scholars, leaders, and intellectuals. What to Do about Anti-Christian Violence in the Middle East NRO Corner blog January 3, 2011 by Nina Shea   Islamists exploded a bomb that killed 21 Coptic […]

Imam Zaid Shakir’s Powerful Rebuttal Against Muslim Extremists

December 15, 2010 by

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The American Muslim community needs to have a frank and honest discussion about extremists within our ranks. Within the past few years, we have witnessed a rise in homegrown terrorists. Like the problem of domestic violence, we pretend that homegrown terrorism doesn’t exist and are quick to point figures at law enforcement agencies and accusing […]

Islam: Questions and Answers Full Episode – 20/20 – ABC

October 2, 2010 by

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Here are all five parts of 20/20’s “Islam: Questions and Answers” which aired last night.  If you don’t want to watch it in parts, you can watch the full episode on ABC by going here. Part 1: What Is Islam? Questions and Answers Part 2: Does Islam Condone Violence? Part 3: Under the Veil Part […]