This is a satirical piece I did earlier in the year in response to the Charlie Hebdo shooting. Seems as relevant as ever today.
I tried to raise several issues through the satire. 330 more words
Egypt, Turkey, and the Will of the People
We judge rulers and governmental institutions by their actions and whether those actions conform with justice as delineated by God. 383 more words
I have often critiqued the notion of free speech in my writing and defended the notion that some speech should be restricted and that, in certain contexts, some speech can be so damaging that, in theory, authorities should have the ability to bring criminal charges and convictions against offenders. 554 more words
The Hypocrisy of Feminist Outrage: Part 3
School dress codes are sexist, says the Atlantic. Why? Because preventing girls from wearing attire that is distracting for boys is an unfair burden on girls, who should be free to dress as they please and not worry about whether boys are distracted or not. 826 more words
The Rights of a Muslim Accused of Terrorism
Muslims who are accused of terrorism by governmental agencies are still Muslims. Even Muslims convicted of terrorism are still Muslims though they have committed an egregious crime. 979 more words
The NY Times has been publishing a lot of trash lately about Muslims and sex. What is their fascination with Muslim sex lives?
The problem for them is that Muslims are the last vestige of sexual morality in today’s world. 208 more words