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We are the same!

February 20, 2012


As some of you may know I come from a Jewish background. When I began to study Islam I would stop and laugh so much at the sheer similarities between Islam and Judaism. But yet the hate that some Jews and Muslims have for the other[shaking my head]. Still, to this day when I learn […]

Muhammad al-Mahdi

February 20, 2012


One thing that interests me is all the islamaphobia about al-Mahdi. My sister is a Christian and some of the crazy things she says about Islam, in a way, make me laugh, because I know they come from the fear of the unknown, not based on actual facts (btw I don’t consider anything from Glenn […]

Judaism and Islam

January 6, 2012


Much has been written about the differences between Jews and Muslims: a lot less about the similarities between us. Jews, Muslims and Christians have a lot more in common than we care to sometimes admit. We share belief in the same one G-d. The originator of our religions and cultures is the same person: Abraham. […]

The Quran is more violent than the Bible?

December 18, 2011


Ugh I am soo tired of ignorant hyppocritical people talking about how the Quran is a “violent” book and the Bible is not. Whatever! the bible is just as violent if not more violent than the quran. In the Quran all of the violence that anti-islam folks LOVE to quote are for a specific people […]

Headcovering in Judaism

November 21, 2011


It’s no secret that Hijabis are often ridiculed for their commitment and seen as ‘strange’ or ‘oppressed’ by the non-muslim community. In my studies of the hijab and browsing around, I started getting interested in Christian and Jewish women who choose to cover their hair and decided to look into it a bit more. I was […]