“To change hearts, you must change minds.” In his talk, Laith Saud challenges traditional perceptions of Islam and Muslims, and discusses the contradiction between thoughts and feelings.
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“I’m just lonely sometimes.” – Khalil Abu Rayyan
French intellectuals still scratching their heads as to why ‘Muslims feel alienated.’
When a Nobel Prize Laureate expressed contempt for being ‘interviewed by a Muslim.’
Vile Islamophobia out of a popular right-wing Polish magazine.
Robert Klimek got away with a murder and a hate crime because the victim was Muslim.
A group of Kenyan Muslims travelling on a bus ambushed by Islamist gunmen protected Christian passengers by refusing to be split into groups.
Arun Kundnani in the face of American White supremacy.
Dalia Mogahed breaks down misunderstandings and false narratives in funny interview with Trevor Noah.
Sandow Birk’s “American Quran” is quietly transgressive, eschewing the satirical depictions of the Prophet Muhammad that grab headlines.
Lawsuit forced NYPD to overhaul its unconstitutional surveillance program.
Days earlier prime minister Manuel Valls sought legal advice on setting up “preventative” internment camps for those classed as extremists.
Buddhist followers of the deity Dorje Shugden think Dalai Lama is a Muslim.