Election2012

Originally Published in the Appleton Post Crescent Now the second term has officially begun for President Obama and I am excited to see the results of ‘Change’ and ‘Hope.’  I wished for a democratic candidate to win, and more importantly I want a peaceful country. As a Muslim-American we have a firm belief on justice

Originally Published in the The News Star As an American Muslim, I support the democratic process and congratulate President Barack Obama on winning re-election. I extend my best wishes that President Obama can help keep his campaign promises. The president has a challenging job which comes with immense responsibility. He must

Originally Published in Montgomery News and Phillyburbs.com What is the best way to achieve world peace? With President Obama’s inauguration ceremony right around the corner, scholars will propose what the president should do, indirectly answering the question above. As a Muslim-American, I want to first congratulate the president on his re-election and

Originally Published in The New Jersey Record. I wish to extend my heartiest congratulations to President Obama on his re-election to the White House last night. As part of the larger Muslim-American community, I am hopeful that President Obama’s reelection will serve to bring various sections of our communities even

Originally Published in The Mercury News As an American Muslim, I want to congratulate President Obama on his victory. I hope the President is able to lead with justice in all affairs and continue to promote human rights and welfare. Peaceful elections in America are indeed a great blessing, and

Originally Published in The Cincinnati Enquirer As an American Muslim, I congratulate President Obama on his re-election. Peaceful elections are a rare commodity in this era and should not be taken for granted. My prayers are with the president for his continuous success in which lies the success of the