Assuming the Best of Our Muslim Neighbors
The following conclusion to Presumed Guilty: Why We Shouldn’t Ask Muslims to Condemn Terrorism is republished here with gratitude to the book ’s author, Todd Green — a nationally recognized expert on Islamophobia who served as a Franklin Fellow at the U.S.
Presumed Guilty: Why We Shouldn’t Ask Muslims to Condemn Terrorism
In Presumed Guilty: Why We Shouldn’t Ask Muslims to Condemn Terrorism, renowned Islamophobia expert Todd Green shows us how we can ask better questions of our Muslim neighbors — questions based not on the presumption of guilt but on the promise of friendship.
No, Laura Loomer: Jews Aren’t Bigots
It seems like religion is always at the forefront of so many unnecessary upsets, especially on social media. Recently, New York fell victim to another terror attack where an ISIS extremist drove into a group of pedestrians, killing several and injuring many more.
Opening God’s Door to Hate: The Terrible Conundrum for Today’s Spiritual Leaders
“I welcomed a terrorist into my congregation. I live with that responsibility.”
Remembering New Zealand—How We Can Make Hope Out of Tragedy
The vast majority of people in the world are good. They have their hopes and dreams. They have family and friends whom they love. They have jobs and projects and passions and art.
Terrorism: Let’s Change the Conversation
It is undeniably true that there are terrorists in the world and they are well named: they try to bring about terror, chaos, and fear. They are a tiny minority of the overall population.
Terrorists are Insane, Not Religious
I think of myself as very fortunate.
The Truth (Not the Press) about Religion
I’ve heard plenty of people ask, “If Islam is a religion of peace, why aren’t they speaking out against terrorism?” My answer is and has been for a while, “They are.” Just one example of this can be seen here. Now, why didn’t you hear about this? Muslims speaking out against terrorism .
STAND Condemns Attack on Sikh and Hindu Temple in Kabul
The Secretary-General of the United Nations joined with the U.S. State Department and India’s External Affairs Ministry in denouncing the incident in which dozens of civilians were killed and injured.