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Rashad Khalifa: A Murder Trial

posted by Suzy Shuraym

“It was called the Masjid of Tucson [Arizona], a mosque where Muslims could worship and study the Koran in the Arizona desert under the idiosyncratic tutelage of Rashad Khalifa, its founder. On Jan. 31, 1990, the mosque, at the intersection […]

Camel Corps in the American Southwest

posted by Suzy Shuraym

A brief look at a brief moment in American military history, courtesy of The New York Times: “The Civil War featured many dazzling innovations: ironclads, hot-air balloons, the Gatling gun. But if armored warships and more powerful guns pointed to […]

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What If....
"What if there were a group of Muslim open carry advocates who called themselves 'Sword of the Prophet' and whose avowed mission was to bring Sharia law to the U.S., and they took to showing up armed and in large numbers outside of churches on Sunday, the way the [Open Carry] guys do at the state ho

posted 11:24:53pm Dec. 19, 2014 | read full post »

Yet Another Taliban Atrocity
"Taliban" translates quite literally as "students", yet (as this latest atrocity confirms) the undeniably evil men who call themselves the Taliban are anything but seekers of knowledge. Murdering more than a hundred school kids in Pakistan? Really? "Their sole purpose, it seems, was to kill those

posted 1:27:56pm Dec. 17, 2014 | read full post »

The Torture Report
As an American, it's painful to read the recently released Torture Report (United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence’s report on the CIA’s enhanced interrogation techniques). The only U.S. Senator who was tortured -- that would be John McCain -- has vociferously opposed the use of

posted 1:08:20pm Dec. 15, 2014 | read full post »

Arrested for Driving While Female
Here we go again. Two women have been arrested in Saudi Arabia for the crime of driving. Seriously? Yeah: only in Saudi Arabia. But, why? We all know Saudi women (and girls) who have driven cars in the kingdom -- albeit on "private property". That is, the female offspring of royalty have be

posted 1:52:46pm Dec. 08, 2014 | read full post »

Women at Work in Saudi Arabia
It has always seemed strange to me that many in the Muslim world continue to relegate half the population to the shadows. Yes, I'm talking about the role of women -- and that's especially true in places such as Saudi Arabia, "with rigid cultural attitudes and restrictions on women that include pr

posted 1:08:34pm Dec. 05, 2014 | read full post »


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