Prophet Muhammad and the Skin Color Ethic

By Faatimah Knight A few months ago I posted the following on Facebook: “If you think that an Arab man who lived over a thousand years ago in the middle of the desert had white skin, I invite you to reconsider that.” I somewhat regret writing that post because the Prophet […]

The M.A.R.I.A.M. Experience

By Stephen Jamal Leeper This past weekend my wife and I attended the Muslim American Research Institute Advocating for Marriage conference – M.A.R.I.A.M. for short –  at Masjid Waritheen. For those who don’t know, Masjid Waritheen has provided a space for worship and Islamic education in Oakland, CA since the 1970’s […]

Why Are Muslims for Bernie Sanders?

By Talib I. Karim, Esq.   Thus far, over 60% of the states in our union have held primaries or caucuses to nominate their candidates for President of the United States. While many mainstream media pundits predict that the Democratic Party’s nomination of Hillary Clinton is inevitable, a growing number […]

Profile: International Museum of Muslim Cultures

Interview with International Museum of Muslim Cultures The International Museum of Muslim Cultures (IMMC), is approaching groundbreaking milestones in the heart of Mississippi. Its co-founders president Emad Al-Turk and chairwoman and director of the IMMC’s thought Institute Okolo Rashid checked in with Sapelo Square and shared their excitement about these upcoming […]