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I love Jesus, too, don’t you?

December 25, 2011


Every year around this time I get a little nostalgic. What can I say? I’m a visual person and sometimes I wish the Muslims of America would take Eid decorations to the streets a little more like the Christians of America. Every Ramadan, I talk myself out of putting lights on our tree outside and […]

Going Green on the Day of Green–An Act of Faith

March 17, 2011


On St. Patrick’s Day this year when Irish Catholics around the world wore green in celebration of a man who explained the trinity through the metaphor of a shamrock, I was also thinking green, but not for the same reasons. You see, green is a very endearing color to Muslims. It was the favorite color […]

Day 19: Journey to Hebron

September 23, 2010


We were greeted by a strange man today. You know the kind…the one that talks, sighs, and grunts to himself in the street and makes you want to walk the other way. The kind that will say anything to you without hesitation. The kind of crazy sage that speaks some truth amidst their chaos. He […]