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Ahmadiyya Muslim Caucus will fight religious persecution

Christopher Cooksey Originally published in The Cap Times Progress is marvelous, especially when it is in regard to extending basic human rights such as religious freedom and tolerance for all. On Feb. 28 the Ahmadiyya Muslim Caucus was [...]

Pakistan’s Blasphemy Laws

Shamshad Nasir Originally published in Liberty Magazine  Religious blasphemy laws can be a touchy subject, especially in Pakistan, where just bringing up the subject of the blasphemy laws and whether they are right or wrong is considered, [...]
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Pakistan must rid itself of sadistic regime

Sardar Anees AhmadAnees is pursuing a JD and has a B.A. in Economics. He publishes in local, national and international periodicals, currently has a monthly column in The Finger Lakes Times, and runs the AAMS-USA science blog. He served as [...]
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Pakistan, when will you accept me?

Kashif ChaudhryPhysician, Writer and Muslim Youth Leader; Vice Chairman, Muslim Writers Guild of America; Blogger at The Huffington Post and Express Tribune, Pakistan; Interests: Internal Medicine, Pakistan, USA, Interfaith understanding and [...]
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The Wrong Kind of Muslim: An Untold Story of Persecution

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 [...]
A Pakistani refugee who is a member of the Ahmadiyya community carries his daughter as he is released from a detention centre in Bangkok. PHOTO: REUTERS/ FILE

Celebrating Mother’s Day as a rejected son

Faheem Younus QureshiA doctor, a writer, a professor, a student, a family man, a humanitarian – enjoys figuring out the challenges of Muslim American life. Learn more about him at www.Muslimerican.com Originally Published in The Express [...]
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Treating Religion Like a Brand

Syed Amaar AhmadSyed Amaar Ahmad is a PhD student in Electrical Engineering at Virginia Tech who is originally from Lahore, Pakistan. He has written articles on Islamic issues in newspapers in the US and blogs on the Pakteahouse which is [...]
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Will Mainstream Media Speak for the Voiceless

Syed Amaar AhmadSyed Amaar Ahmad is a PhD student in Electrical Engineering at Virginia Tech who is originally from Lahore, Pakistan. He has written articles on Islamic issues in newspapers in the US and blogs on the Pakteahouse which is [...]
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My Legal Journey From Muslim to Non-Muslim and Back

Maudood BhattiMaudood was born in Rawalpindi, Pakistan but has lived most of his life in Philadelphia, USA. He is a graduate of Temple University School of Pharmacy and is currently working as a pharmacist. He loves photography. Originally [...]
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Do I have the right to remain Ahmadi?

Faheem Younus QureshiA doctor, a writer, a professor, a student, a family man, a humanitarian – enjoys figuring out the challenges of Muslim American life. Learn more about him at www.Muslimerican.com Originally Published in The Express [...]