We should tell the criminals, those who murder, rape, steal, kill, burn, bomb and go to war - you SOB, you did the harm, you killed, you wronged and you pay for it.
You blame an individual to punish, hang, beat, bury or pay to restore trust through justice in the society. Individuals commit crimes, not religions. Religion does not…
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Every child, teen and an adult has someone or the other to look up to in his or her life, and wants to-be-like that person and eventually becomes one. Indeed, good role models are a key to the success of a civil society.Continue
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I was driving when NPR announced the death of Nelson Mandela. I pulled over in the shopping strip, closed my eyes, and prayed. May God bless his soul and grace him with his eternal love. Mandela is with Allah now, Amen!
My instant response was…
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This is my Pope, and I am a Muslim.
There was a paucity of moral leadership in the world, a leader who can confidently bring about a balance and not let the equilibrium of the society go off. Thank God for this angel; Pope Francis, today, after studying him for over six…
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Goddess Saraswati and Obama Symbolize Relationship Between Indonesia and the U.S.
First, as an Indian American, I welcome this gesture by the Indonesian Embassy and congratulate them. They have indeed honored India, my motherland by honoring her Iconic figure; Goddess Saraswati. Bhupen Ganatra and Amol Mukherjee, the Indian leaders in Dallas add, "That this is great gift of highest level...…
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The analogy of waiting for the season to start with great fervor and starting all over again with a clean slate parallels the wait for Christmas, Easter, Passover, Ramadan, Navaratri, Paryushan and other festivities. It is an opening everyone looks forward to after an exhaustive completion of another year. Indeed, Sexton puts it aptly, “Opening day encourages us every year to seek a path to serenity and transcendence.” - Mike Ghouse …
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MUSLIMS TOGETHER IN HOUSTON
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Humanity is diverse, that's God's intentional creation. The male/ female ratio has always remained around 50/50 with +/- 2 points variation on either side. The world would never be 100% male or female, likewise the world would never be 100% Gay, it will be a natural 10-15% of the population. Mike Ghouse…
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As a kid I learned things about him and did not relate with him at all, he was too divine and remote for me. All that changed when I read the book "Muhammad" by Karen Armstrong. She narrates his life from a non-religious point of view, as a civic leader of the society, a dimension that I appreciated it very much. Karen Armstrong's book is one of the five reasons I chose to become a Muslim after a lapse of nearly three…Continue
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