Posts Tagged ‘Islamophobia’

Keep Islamic symbols, and freedom of speech out of this extremist exchange

As a Muslim, I think I should start by saying that I do not hate freedom. I love freedom. Including freedom of expression. I am enjoying the perks of this freedom right now. In fact, one of the main reasons why I am living in the west is because I like and enjoy freedom of […]

Islamophrenia

In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful Islamophobia was easier to understand, because it was simply obsessive fear of Islam, inflected through extended exposure to brainwashing materials implying the evilness of Islam and/or Muslims. It is expressed in a reaction of disgust, and attempt to distance oneself from it, from its […]

Islamophobia – another system failure

The world is plagued with Islamophobia. It’s just one more manifestation of humanity’s unnatural way of life; something in the category of pollution, wars, poverty, diseases, or hunger. Islamophobia is not only one of the main symptoms of this ailed world order, but might also be one of the main reasons for it. Muslims around […]

From Cordoba to New York

In one way or another, Islam became the subject for a number of heated debates in the US recently. From the controversy over the Islamic center near ground zero, to the announced plans to burn the Quran and the rumors about Obama being the first Muslim president of the US. All of these topics are […]