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My Take: New Year’s resolution – don’t get murdered

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 [...]
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Supporting our Sikh neighbors

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 Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and [...]
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Attack on one worship place is attack on all

Ahmed KhanAhmed Khan received his BSc in Computer Science from University of Maryland Baltimore County and works as an IT Consultant in Oshkosh. He has published in various local and state newspapers and is an active member of the Muslim Writers [...]
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Amid the tragedy of the Sikh temple shooting, a triumph of American values

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 Huffington [...]
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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Pakistan’s Failed Commitment: How Pakistan’s Institutionalized Persecution Of The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Violates The International Covenant On Civil And Political Rights

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 [...]
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Recognize The Blessings Of America

Nasir AhmadClinical Professor of Medicine at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School - Rutgers University, and specialist in Infectious Diseases, Nasir is the recipient of the prestigious Presidential Volunteer Service Award (Gold) in 2009. He writes [...]
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Persecution of the Ahmadiyya Community in Pakistan: An Analysis Under International Law and International Relations

Amjad Mahmood KhanAn attorney by profession, Khan is National Director of Public Affairs for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA. I. INTRODUCTION Before September 11, 2001, the United States characterized the Pakistani government as an [...]