This video was sent to me by my friend Taha Raja, who has contributed guest posts to this blog. He bought a box of Kellog’s Raisin Bran at WalMart and was shocked to find live bugs crawling around inside the sealed packaging. He took video and has uploaded it to YouTube. This is really disturbing video, so be warned.
No, this is not a joke.
This actually helps me get ready, mentally speaking, for Ramadan!
Deen and Mohabbat: There is no faith without love This is a guest post by Yusuf Zakir.
My religion--Islam--is discussed and portrayed in the media quite a lot these days, much to my chagrin. The American public is, generally, fearful of Muslims. Anti-Islamic sentiment is at an all-time ...
why don't they condemn? Ever since 9-11, and well before it, this is the litany of accusation that ordinary Muslim Americans have had to endure:
Muslims do not condemn - there is no million Muslim march against terrorism.
Islam is an inherently violent ...
Abrahamic Convergence - inspiration, forgiveness, and tragedy This week is a truly portentous one for Muslims, Jews, and Catholics. In one week, we have Yom Kippur, the Day of Arafat and Eid ul Adha, and Pope Francis' first visit to the United States. I like the term "Abrahamic Convergence" for this sort ...
City of Brass by Aziz Poonawalla approaches issues from the perspective of a Muslim of the West. Aziz, a member of the Dawoodi Bohra Muslim community, has been blogging since early 2003 and co-founded the Brass Crescent Awards for the muslim blogsphere.