Angie Emara, project coordinator of the #MyJihad ad campaign, wrote a response to Davi Barker, who blogs at The Muslim Agorist and writes for The Examiner and Altmuslim, on his analysis for the debate Pamela Geller had with Michael Krasney opposite David Chiu.
A recent symposium on Islamophobia was held at American Islamic College titled, “Facing religious intolerance: Islamophobia in the 21st. century.” Panel members included Ahmed Rehab, Nathan Lean and Dr. Farid Hafez.
Amir Mahmoud, age 10, and Amal Ali, age 9, wrote short essays describing their own personal Jihad, about brothers they love.
There is a public education campaign making some waves titled “#MyJihad.” Their homepage proclaims their mission as “Taking back Islam from Muslim and anti-Muslim extremists alike.”
What’s your jihad? Mine is autism awareness and living with autism. My jihad is my son, Lil D, and helping him (and our family) overcome challenges brought on by his autism, helping him be as healthy as possible and finding out what we can do to make him happy.
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