Posts Tagged ‘boston’
By Sunna Syed In the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings, there’s been a lot of talk about assimilation, in particular about the suspected perpetrators’ religiosity and prayer habits and in general about foreign immigration. I’d thus like to take a moment to clear something up. Muslimness does not make you a terrorist. I get it. […]
By Suhaib Webb and Scott Korb Originally Published as an Op-Ed Article in the New York Times. Just hours after the two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing were identified as Muslims, Representative Peter T. King of New York, the Republican chairman of the House Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence, called for an “increased surveillance” […]
Originally posted on the OC Register. Resilience and the Beauty of the Human Spirit The day after the bombings at the Boston Marathon, Muslim faith leader Jamaal Diwan wrote this response to the tragic events: I often find myself reflecting on how crazy life is. My primary reason for doing so these days is the expected […]
The staff and writers of SuhaibWebb.com send their prayers and deepest condolences to the innocent lives lost and those injured in today’s tragic bombing at the Boston Marathon. We urge all of our readers to pray for those afflicted by this tragedy. Imam Suhaib Webb is the religious leader of the Islamic Society of Boston […]
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By Omar Sacirbey | Boston Globe December 3rd, 2011 He grew up as a preacher’s grandson in Oklahoma, attending Church of Christ services twice a week, until the pull of Christianity started to weaken. His teen years were spent spinning hip-hop music as a DJ, but that world came to feel hollow. Then he found […]