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There We Go Again: Pakistan Edition

posted by Suzy Shuraym

“$200,000 Bounty Offered In Pakistan For Anti-Islam Filmmaker’s Death” What is the point of this? To show that “due process” (and other 21st century civil liberties) don’t exist in Pakistan? Perhaps it is truly just window-dressing, since there’s absolutely no […]

Blasphemy Arrest in Pakistan

posted by Suzy Shuraym

A girl with Down’s syndrome has been arrested and charged with blasphemy in Pakistan. You can read more about the incident here: “Pakistan disabled girl arrested for blasphemy”. In my humble opinion, this is the kind of news that gives […]

Honor Killings?

posted by Suzy Shuraym

Is the concept of honor killing still valid in the 21st Century? According to the AP: “In Britain, more than 25 women have been killed in so-called honor killings in the past decade.” Here is an article about parents who […]

Previous Posts

Islam Inspires Conflict?
"Whether or not Islam itself inspires conflict, debates about it certainly do," writes Nicholas Kristof in The New York Times. Why do you think that is so?

posted 10:53:54pm Oct. 09, 2014 | read full post »

Hold Pakistan Accountable
One of the reasons Islam has such a bad rep in the United States is the behavior of Muslims in other countries. As Doug Bandow, senior fellow at the Cato Institute, writes, "Religious persecution is a global scourge. Many of the worst oppressors are Muslim nations. Iran, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia,

posted 1:15:04am Aug. 07, 2014 | read full post »

Generations Rise: Elevating Muslim American Culture
The 51st annual convention of the Islamic Society of North America is set for August 29 through September 1, 2014 (Labor Day Weekend). It will be held in the Cobo Center, 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, Michigan. Who's going?

posted 8:12:40pm Jun. 29, 2014 | read full post »

Meriam Ibrahim Ishag Released on Bail
Press Statement Marie Harf Deputy Department Spokesperson, Office of the Spokesperson Washington, DC June 26, 2014 The State Department has received confirmation that Meriam Ibrahim Ishag has been released on bail and is no longer being detained at a Sudanese police station. She and her famil

posted 7:47:04pm Jun. 26, 2014 | read full post »

"Honor" Killing in Pakistan
Are we mired in the past? Do we condone "honor" killings, such as this one in broad daylight in front of a courthouse in Lahore, Pakistan? A pregnant 25-year-old killed by her father and brothers for marrying for love? The father's justification for the stoning? "I killed my daughter as she ha

posted 12:16:32am May. 28, 2014 | read full post »


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