Muslim Writers Guild of America
Reading Time: 1 minutesAs we look back at 2012, the Sandy Hook massacre was a major shock. But was it a complete surprise? Originally published in Go Erie As a society, we need to examine the impact of some popular video games that promote such violence. I was troubled to find one such
Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Muslim Writers Guild of America (Majlis Ansar Sultan ul Qalam, USA) is holding regional conferences across the country. The aim of these conferences is to emphasize the significance of utilizing the pen in spreading the beauties of Islam and defending the honor of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). The conference schedule is as follows:
Reading Time: 1 minutesOriginally Published in The New York Times Recently, before the tragedy in Newtown, Conn., the high school I attend had a lockdown drill (lights off, doors closed). No one ever takes these drills seriously. Despite instructions, we feel that it is O.K. to keep talking and not follow protocol, because
Reading Time: 2 minutesOriginally Published in IndiaWest: Your Global Indian Community. Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, the fifth Khalifatul Masih (the successor of the Messiah) for the world’s tens of millions of Ahmadi Muslims, will deliver keynote addresses over three days to an expected crowd of 10,000 Ahmadi Muslims during the Community’s 64th annual U.S.
Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Summer 2012 issue of The Muslim Sunrise, entitled, “In Defense of Islam: Confronting the Critics,” responds to anti-Islam allegations made by 10 infamous critics of Islam. The Muslim Sunrise invites these critics to debate representatives of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community publicly, in an effort to expose their allegations “as
Reading Time: 1 minutesOriginally Published in The Record Regarding “Atheist billboard draws shrugs from Muslims” (Page A-1, March 8): As the billboard in Paterson says, I have a choice about my religion — and I am an American-Muslim. An atheist group is putting up billboards in Paterson, portraying Islam as not only a religion of myth