Three Years Later: The Lessons We Learned From the Christchurch Mosque Shootings
It is unfortunate that it sometimes takes an act of such cruelty to bring out the best of mankind. But it is also fortunate that the best is there, ready to manifest in time of need.
True Patriotism: What Drove Dan Day to Expose Islamophobic Extremists—and Save Lives
How many more heroes are out there? How many more heroes will we need?
U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom Annual Report Paints Grim Picture, Inspires Yet Greater Resolve
As Chairperson Maenza said, “The scope and scale of the violations are disheartening, but it makes us all the more determined.”
Waging War Against Intolerance & Bigotry: The Pen Is Mightier Than the Sword
Acceptance and support of new ideas and beliefs come first from understanding.
We Are Lady Parts—The Next Generation of Muslim Representation
It was about time a show of this nature made its debut on the center stage. According to the Annual Population Survey spanning from April 2017 to March 2018, the second largest religion in the UK is Islam (representing 5%+ of the total population). This compares to the figure of about 1.4% in the U.S., in 2015.
Bigoted Commentary Has No Place in CityWatch
This letter was published in CityWatch on March 23, 2022.
Letter to MEAWW Concerning Anti-Scientology Hate
Media Entertainment Arts Worldwide has since removed all anti-Scientology content from the offending article.
The Daily Princetonian—Making Your University Look Bad
As a graduate of Brown University and a Scientologist, I find your attempt at humor in the Daily Princetonian’s “Top 10 Ways to Rehabilitate a Charter” discriminatory, offensive and, quite frankly, pathetic.
Your Coverage Is Despicable, Mercury News
I hope you will look at this for what it is: the exploitation of a horrible tragedy to spew hatred—something that doesn’t belong in our world.
New Zealand Remembers Victims of the Christchurch Mosque Shootings
On Sunday, March 15, 2020, people of Christchurch gathered at the Al Noor and Linwood Mosques in a simple but powerful gesture of community.