Tag: Pluralism Speaker

JALIANWALA MASSACRE

102 years ago today, General Dyer of the British Government opened fire on peaceful protestors in Jalianwala Bagh in Amritsar, India. 381 Indians lost their lives. Many women jumped into… Read more »

Ramadan For Non-Muslims- Everything You Always Wanted To Know

Mike Ghouse Please note: The article is written with the intent of communicating with fellow Americans to relate with it. It is 2400 words long and is complete and comprehensive…. Read more »

Happy Doctor’s Day – Thank You, Doctors

I wish all the Doctors a very Happy Doctor’s day. I am grateful to every Doctor who attended to his/her patients wholeheartedly, out of love for fellow humans’ lives. Someone… Read more »

Hindu America Foundation’s petition about Bangaldeshi Genocide

Please note that I have signed the Hindu American Foundation’s petition to recognize the Genocides of Bangladeshis in 1971, including Hindus and Muslims. Indeed, we commemorated this about ten years… Read more »

Two Islams: Pristine and Mangled-Up

Two Islams: Pristine and Mangled-Up is a chapter from the book American Muslim Agenda available at Amazon and Kindle Nearly two decades ago, I argued with the Islamophobes that there… Read more »

Interfaith and Intrafaith Relations

Interfaith and Intrafaith Relations is a chapter from the book American Muslim Agenda available at Amazon and Kindle Who was the first human to hold an interfaith dialogue? It was… Read more »

Pushing Back on Tarek Fatah

Pushing Back on Tarek Fatah is a chapter from the book American Muslim Agenda available at Amazon and Kindle It is one of the many events or incidents of pushing… Read more »