Even Congress can agree that we need to stop Uyghur genocide. Why can’t Elon Musk?
By Omar Suleiman — January 3, 2022
(RNS) — Planning a Tesla factory for Xinjiang is a new low, even for Tesla's CEO.
Still brothers: Making sense of the Malcolm and Ali split
By Omar Suleiman — October 21, 2021
(RNS) — We are as fascinated with these two friends’ legacies as we were captivated by them in life.
The last casualty of 9/11: Speaking up for Muslim political prisoners
By Omar Suleiman — October 11, 2021
(RNS) — For two decades, Muslims' will to seek justice for political prisoners has been muted.
Why is Islamophobia wrong at home and acceptable against Palestinians?
By Omar Suleiman — June 24, 2021
(RNS) — So many who condemn bigotry against Muslims have a blind spot when it comes to Palestinians.
Malcolm X’s moral courage and the challenge of Palestine
By Omar Suleiman — May 19, 2021
(RNS) — His example of speaking up for the Palestinians shows how moral courage works.
Ramadan fasting isn’t about hunger. It’s about living mindfully.
By Omar Suleiman — April 13, 2021
(RNS) — As you fast from what is ordinarily permissible, you learn to fast from what is prohibited at all times.
NBA star Stephen Jackson on converting to Islam: ‘I needed to listen to my heart’
By Omar Suleiman — February 4, 2021
(RNS) — ‘Allah has blessed me with so much already, and now he has blessed me with Islam,’ said Jackson.
What Jesus means to me as a Muslim
By Omar Suleiman — December 24, 2020
(RNS) — As the Christmas season ushers forth the memory of Jesus, it’s worth asking: How much do Muslims think about the person the Quran recognizes as a prophet and the Messiah?
Moving past inshallah: What Muslims want to see in a Biden presidency
By Omar Suleiman — November 12, 2020
(RNS) — For the last 20 years, American Muslims have been on a cruel roller coaster ride with presidential candidates and the two major political parties in general.
On Ashura, Muslims recall how faith in God overcomes tyrants
By Omar Suleiman — August 28, 2020
(RNS) — On Ashura, the promise of Paradise is divine assurance even when the world shows its vilest cruelty. No pharaoh, tyrant or terrorist can take any of those things away.
In the Fatiha, Jacob Blake’s father cried for justice and healing for his son
By Omar Suleiman — August 26, 2020
(RNS) — As he recited the Fatiha, a prayer that opens the Quran, Jacob Blake’s father cried for mercy, healing, justice and an end to violence — like countless Black parents before him.
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