The teachings of Muhammad

Fakhar Anjum Originally published in the Las Vegas Sun he Islamic State has been making headlines since last year. The group is known for coercion, kidnapping and ruthless public beheadings of innocent civilians, all in the name of creating [...]

End targeting of Ahmadis in Pakistan

Mohammad KhanMohammad was born in Chicago to immigrant parents from Pakistan. He has lived most of his life in Maryland. In 2012, he graduated from the University of Maryland College Park with a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering. [...]
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Honoring Ramadan

Irtiza Sheikh Originally published in Star Telegram As we find ourselves in the Islamic month of Ramadan, I do not lament the hours of thirst or hunger but rather, look forward to the ability to purify myself spiritually, mentally and physically. Ramadan [...]

What the NSA Can Learn From Prophet Muhammad

Qasim RashidQasim received his JD from Richmond Law and his BSc from the University of Illinois at Chicago. He publishes regularly in national and international outlets including USA Today, Washington Post, and NPR. Qasim currently blogs for [...]

Dear Boko Haram: You’re Spitting in the Face of Muhammad

Harris ZafarPublic speaker, writer, news commentator about Islam. Adjunct Instructor. National Spokesperson of one of the oldest Muslim organizations in US: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. Originally published in On Faith To  Abubakar Shekau [...]

Muhammad wouldn’t condone Boston bombing

Nameer BhattiNameer was born in Rabwah, Pakistan but has lived most of my life in the United States. He graduated magna cum Laude from Villanova University in 2008 and is currently working as an Accountant. Nameer is also the General Secretary [...]
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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 [...]

Muslim conference to discuss Prophet Muhammad

Umair AhmedA graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Umair presently works as a Senior PeopleSoft Analyst at Oracular. He also serves on the national board of MKAUSA. Originally published in The Northwestern The Ahmadiyya Muslim [...]

Black history event

Adnan Ahmed Originally published in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette February is Black History Month. This month provides us an opportunity to recognize the contribution of black Americans to American history. We should appreciate their role in making [...]

Religious duty to erase racism

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 [...]