Muslim Writers Guild of America
By Zohaib Zafar This past week, another terrorist attack happened, this time in London. When an innocent person is killed, this is an attack on all of humanity. Terrorist attacks should never be taken lightly. As a Muslim, this terrorist attack is especially horrific because it seems likely that the
By Aamir Quraishy On Saturday March 11th 100’s of Muslims hit the streets across America to dispel ignorance and tell people across the US: “we are Muslims AND we are Americans!” Locations included Southwest Chicago, Boston, Fitchburg Massachusetts, and many other cities across the US. (See below respective links to
Originally Published on Patheos.com (03/29/2017) by Adil Khan I was in London four days before the attack in front of Parliament on the 22nd in which 3 people were killed and 40 others injured. I was visiting both for a medical school interview, and—more importantly for me—a personal meeting with
Published in the Philadelphia Daily News, on March 20th 2017 By: Jenice Armstrong When you’re an American Muslim, it’s bad enough that you have to take all kinds of crap from people because of your faith. But imagine deliberately putting yourself in a position, where you are trying to
Published on the TribLive website on March 26th,2017 I am compelled to write this letter of gratitude, as I am overwhelmed with the love and support we have received from the people of Pittsburgh and by Americans. As members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, we launched a nationwide campaign called
Originally Published in Independent on March 24th, 2017 On Tuesday, 22 March 2017 the UK Parliament was the centre of an atrocious act of terrorism where an individual by the name of Khalid Masood attacked by first plowing his car into pedestrians then fatally stabbing a police officer. As an Ahmadi
Originally Published on the “azcentral” on March 9th 2017: On Saturday, March 11, hundreds of Muslims around the U.S. will go out for National Meet a Muslim Day. This is a consorted effort by Muslims in the U.S. to end the misconceptions of Islam in the U.S. and around the world.
Originally published on “Sentinel & Enterprise” By Furqan Mehmud In this age of misinformation, many Americans have misconceptions about Islam and a majority (62 percent) don’t even know a Muslim. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association aims to erase these misgivings and answer any concerns our fellow Americans may have about Islam.
Originally Published in “The Middletown Press” By Miyan Zahir Muhammad Mannan As an Ahmadiyya Muslim American, I wholeheartedly extend my prayers, condolences, solidarity and support to my Jewish brothers and sisters amid rising anti-Semitism and another condemnable attack. The despicable onslaught on the Jewish community has this time come in the
Originally published in “The Citizens’ Voice” By Arsalan Ahmad Khan Hate crimes in the U.S. have seen an increase in the recent months following the election of President Trump. A hate crime is defined as abuse against a group or individual based on religious views or racial ethnic background. This increase