Rep. Joe Walsh: Muslims “trying to kill Americans”

U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh went on another anti-Islam tirade Wednesday.

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From student to honoured guest – Khaleej Times

From student to honoured guest – Khaleej Times.

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CNN Belief Blog

By Josh Levs, CNN

(CNN) — When 20-year-old Ashley Carter heard about a mosque burned to the ground in her town this week, she was shocked.

“I was very saddened,” she told CNN on Wednesday. “I thought it was very evil.”

So Carter, a student at Ozark Christian College in Joplin, Missouri, texted a friend, suggesting they organize an event “promoting acts of love.”

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SeekersGuidance – Living With Islamophobia – Imam Afroz Ali Radio Interview – Blog

SeekersGuidance – Living With Islamophobia – Imam Afroz Ali Radio Interview – Blog.

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CNN Belief Blog

By the CNN Wire Staff

(CNN) — A mosque in Joplin, Missouri, was burned to the ground early Monday, just over a month after an attempted arson at the Islamic center, officials said.

Authorities are investigating the cause of the latest fire. The mosque’s security cameras were destroyed in the blaze, according to Sharon Rhine of the Jasper County Sheriff’s Office.

“This incident should not stop us from worshiping our God,” one member of the Islamic Society of Joplin told CNN affiliate KYTV. “We are going to find a place probably to continue our service to God.”

Kimberly Kester, another member, said the blaze was so intense that the building’s bricks were still sizzling hours after the fire.

Carl Junction Fire Chief Bill Dunn called it a “complete loss.”

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A Word about Religion and Ethics in America

Those who seek to derail and disrupt the construction of mosques have violated an essential American social contract. Would such individuals like to live in a society where the principle they are supporting was an organizing principle of the entire society? In other words, they may dislike Islam, but would they want to live in a society that does not respect religious freedom? Sure, they may point to the lack of religious freedoms in some Muslim-majority countries, but they themselves have already started on the slippery-slope of raising our own homegrown form of religious intolerance.

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1819 – The Earliest Portrait of a Muslim American

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