The Grand Organizing State for Hate

A few months ago, Phoenix became the center of international attention, under the leadership of the racist nativist activist Jon Ritzheimer. He organized a protest outside the Islamic Community Center of Phoenix. With handguns and rifles in tow, Ritzheimer and his biker rally gathered to denounce Islam and bring light to the religion’s “violent” nature.Continue reading “The Grand Organizing State for Hate”

Rate this:

A Beauty Pageant, Tough Skin and Chicago’s Rizza Cadillac (Who buys a Caddy anyway?)

Here I was writing about the 14th Amendment for Constitution Day, shit goes down with the Miss America pageant and today, today I get a press release from CAIR Chicago about a dealership discriminating against Muslim employees: In the lawsuit, the EEOC alleges that Adam Adawy, Medhat Adawy, and Mohammed El-Hajjami were subjected to harassmentContinue reading “A Beauty Pageant, Tough Skin and Chicago’s Rizza Cadillac (Who buys a Caddy anyway?)”

Rate this:

Friday Roundup- Week 7

Friday Khutbah Since I am doing this a few days after “Friday” I really don’t have much to say about the Khutbah (though I may have also missed it, possibly, most likely). Blog in Review For updates on my San Francisco trip- if anyone is interested in reading the review- Hotel Vertigo.  For the full MuirContinue reading “Friday Roundup- Week 7”

Rate this:

Tales of a Muslim High School Student- In Full HD

The current ruckus over All American Muslim loosing advertising after a right wing radical group called Florida Family Association went on a “ain’t-your-normal-Moslem-without-the-terrorist” scree go me thinking about Muslims and television.  The TLC drama thus far has caused Lowe’s and Kayak to pull their advertising and probably become marketing 101 case studies on what notContinue reading “Tales of a Muslim High School Student- In Full HD”

Rate this: