Raheel Raza, National Post | August 13, 2014 | Last Updated: Aug 13 6:45 AM ET
Syrian refugees arrive at the Masnaa border crossing on the Lebanon-Syria border on August 7, 2014.
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Muslim extremists avow their faith yet violate a sacred month meant for prayer and reflection.
By SALIM MANSUR
July 10, 2014 7:24 p.m. ET
In the Islamic calendar, Ramadan is a holy month commemorating when Muhammad received the first of the revelations from the Angel Gabriel that make up the Quran. This year Ramadan began at the end of June and will continue until July 28. It is appalling that this period, traditionally set aside for prayer and reflection, has been turned ...Continue Reading
June 19, 2014 at 5:00 am
These crises have fostered on the part of the Muslim Brotherhood and its followers a reluctance to examine any internal causes for their malaise, and has created a culture of denial that by now is part of the Muslim culture and history. It makes us Muslims refuse to take responsibility for our role in history, leading to a pathological proclivity to blame others — especially the Jews — for ...Continue Reading19
On Friday, ‘Naree’, a short film based on the impact of Sariah Law was exhibited at the head quarter of UDICHI (A leading cultural organisation of Bangladesh).
6 February 2014
Editor, Globe and Mail
By Ludovica Iaccino , February 18, 2014 11:20 AM GMT International Business Times UK Edition
Sharia, also known as Islami Qaqun, is the moral code and religious law of a prophetic religion, and represents Islam’s legal system.
Contrary to what many believe, sharia does not come from the Koran or the Prophet’s examples (Hadises), as there are at least 11 sources of the law.
“That the sharia derives from the Koran is a myth,” the general secretary of Muslims Facing Tomorrow, ...
Honor Diaries is the first film to break the silence on ‘honor violence’ against women and girls. Honor Diaries is more than a movie, it is a movement to save women and girls from human rights abuses – around the world and here in North America.
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Pakistan and the Arab-Muslim Culture of Denial
by Salim Mansur January 28, 2014, Gatestone Institute, New York
Since 9/11, Islamist culture is seen to be synonymous with violence, misogyny and a pathological hatred for others; and, ironically, it has made Muslims themselves its most numerous victims. “Impure,” or non-authentic Muslims, meant those whose Islam had been weakened by un-Islamic or non-Islamic values imported from the West, or contaminated by the Hindu culture of India.
Eventually political differences came to be viewed, by the measure ...Continue Reading