FGM Is an Act of Terrorism Not an Act of Islam

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 [...]

Thanks Be to Women

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 [...]

A Muslim Comic Book Hero

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 [...]

Shooting Malala – again

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 [...]

Ahmadi Muslims – Practicing The True Islam

Mahir OsmanMahir Osman is a citizen blogger on the Rochester Hills Patch website. He is a self taught student of theology and comparative religions. As the Assistant Secretary of Public Relations for the Detroit chapter of the Ahmadiyya Muslim [...]

Bus ads promote hatred of Muslims

Saad AhmadSaad Ahmad received his Bachelors degree from University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh. He has published in various newspapers and has served as a community member on the Oshkosh Northwestern newspaper editorial board. He maintains his [...]

Islam on Education: Women’s Intellectualism is Mandated

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 [...]

More lights like Malala Yousefzai should be lit

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 [...]

Women of Islamic history

Amer AzizAmer works as a Senior Financial Analyst in Los Angeles, California. As a finance professional he has worked in Pakistan, Dubai, and the United States. He is also an active member of The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community and holds a keen [...]

In fighting for women’s rights, wounded Pakistani girl follows true Islamic teachings

Hassan MirzaHassan is a currently a high school student in Columbus, Ohio. He strongly believes in community service and loves to volunteer at food drives and take part in community cleanups. Hassan loves to write and aspires to become a lawyer [...]