Boston Marathon bombings are opposite of teachings of Islam

Labeeb AhmadLabeeb Ahmad is 14 years old and is currently a freshman in high school. Last year he went to the annual Ohio State Science Fair for his science project "How Do Different Surfaces Affect the Speed of a Tennis Ball?'' He wants to [...]

Bravery during Pennsylvania school stabbings

Yahya Tariq Originally published in Dallas News Last week, the small town of Murrysville, Pa., was shocked when Alex Hribal, a 16-year-old high school student, went on a stabbing rampage, critically injuring 20 students. Fortunately, no student [...]

‘Whosovever killed a person…’

Yameen KhalilYameen is currently serving as the Gulf Regional Representative for Muslim Writers Guild of America. Along with this responsibility, Yameen is also Qaid and Finance Secretary for Tulsa Chapter. He received his B.S. in Biochemistry [...]

Boston bombers not following Islam

Muslim Writers Guild of AmericaThe premier writers guild in the English language dedicated to defending the honor of Islam and Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) Originally published in Austin News It has been a year since the horrific [...]

Muslims Fight Anti-Semitism Hatred: A Blunt Tool That Only Injures Oneself

Osaama SaifiOsaama Saifi Received his BA from UC Berkeley in economics and rhetoric in 2012, with honors. He has led various interfaith events and believes the pen should be means of bridging differences. Osaama will be attending law school [...]

The End of Surveillance for New York Muslims — For Now

Salaam BhattiSalaam is an attorney in New York. He hosts a weekly radio show (Fridays at 7 PM) called "The Real Revolution" on www.wlie540am.com which discusses religion in today's society. He lectures on Islam in Long Island. Salaam serves [...]

Marathon bombings contradict teachings of Islam

Waqas Khalid Originally published in Duluth News Tribune One year removed from the Boston Marathon bombings, people raise eyebrows about Muslims’ loyalty to the United States or Islam’s viewpoint on terrorism. The bombings had no relationship [...]

Heinous act

Kamran KhanBorn in Karachi, Pakistan and raised in Chicago, USA, Kamran is one of the newest members of the Muslim Writers Guild of America. Kamran provides business level strategies working at a derivatives trading firm. Kamran has published [...]

Cowardly act

Saiyed Kaashif Ahmad Qaderi Originally published in The Chicago Tribune It’s quite tragic that three individuals were killed senselessly and mercilessly outside of a Jewish community center and senior center in Kansas. The suspected [...]
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In step with Boston

Ahmad BhattiAhmad Saeed Bhatti is currently studying at Harrisburg Area Community College in Harrisburg. Originally published in Philadelphia News As a Muslim American, I feel pain from the Boston bombings. But our history shows that we grow [...]