Salman Munir

AuthorSalman Munir

Salman Munir is from Houston, TX and is currently a 3rd year student at Texas A&M University studying Biology. He serves as assistant secretary of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association and is also president of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Students Association at Texas A&M.

We must speak out against violence

Originally Published in The Daily News The violence continues and more blood has been shed. ISIS has beheaded two Japanese hostages, Huruna Yukawa and Kenji Goto, and released a video of the Jordanian pilot, Moaz Kasabeh, being burned alive. This self-proclaimed “Islamic State” continues to show the world its cruel and violent ways through these continuous villainous acts. As a member of the...

Offering Prayers

Originally published in San Antonio Express The violence continues and more blood has been shed; ISIS has beheaded two Japanese hostages, Huruna Yukawa and Kenji Goto, and released a video of the Jordanian pilot, Muath Kaseasbeh, being burned alive. This self-proclaimed “Islamic State” continues to show the world its cruel and violent ways through these continuous villainous acts. As a member of...

Offering Prayers

Originally published in The Houston Chronicle The violence continues and more blood has been shed; ISIS has beheaded two Japanese hostages, Huruna Yukawa and Kenji Goto, and released a video of the Jordanian pilot, Muath Kaseasbeh, being burned alive. This self-proclaimed “Islamic State” continues to show the world its cruel and violent ways through these continuous villainous acts. As a member...

True Islam speaks out against atrocities committed by ISIS

Originally published in The Eagle The violence continues and more blood has been shed; ISIS has beheaded two Japanese hostages Huruna Yukawa and Kenji Goto and released a video of the Jordanian pilot, Moaz Kasabeh, being burned alive. [We just learned that American aid worker Kayla Mueller has been killed buy ISIS.] This self-proclaimed “Islamic State” continues to show the world its...

Remembering 9/11 by doing acts of community service

Originally published in The Eagle Fourteen years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks on America, the wounds still run deep among the citizens of this country. Today, millions will mourn the 2,977 individuals who died and the many families affected. If we want to remember the people hurt by these barbaric acts, it is important we as a people take part in charitable acts to serve as tribute to all the...