Tag Archives: American Muslim Agenda

Invitation To Write For Pluralism Gazette

I am pleased to invite you to consider writing for “Pluralism Gazette.”  Pluralism is respecting the otherness of the other and accepting the uniqueness of each one of us. Pluralism… Read more »

JALIANWALA MASSACRE

102 years ago today, General Dyer of the British Government opened fire on peaceful protestors in Jalianwala Bagh in Amritsar, India. 381 Indians lost their lives. Many women jumped into… Read more »

Meet the First African-Pakistani Lawmaker

Tanzeela Qambrani’s election has deep ramifications for the Sheedi minority and Pakistani society. By Jeremy Luedi This article was first Published on September 28, 2018 at – : https://bit.ly/3thHHcg At just… Read more »

Ramadan For Non-Muslims- Everything You Always Wanted To Know

Mike Ghouse Please note: The article is written with the intent of communicating with fellow Americans to relate with it. It is 2400 words long and is complete and comprehensive…. Read more »

Church membership across the U.S. drops below 50% for the first time in eight decades, polls finds

This article was first Published on 29 March 2021 at – : https://bit.ly/2Pj26Pd By EMILY CRANE Membership at a church, synagogue or mosque across the United States reached an all-time… Read more »

Allergic to Religion

This article was first Published on March 12, 2021 at – : https://bit.ly/3w8p0JK Jana Riess Various studies have argued that one reason for the rapid rise of the “nones” may… Read more »

Democrats push Biden to make expanded tax credits that help low-income Americans permanent

This article was first Published on March 26, 2021 at – : https://aol.it/3csxEuW DENITSA TSEKOVA Congratulations to Senator Romney on the “Profile in Courage” award. The following sentence caught my… Read more »

Hindu America Foundation’s petition about Bangaldeshi Genocide

Please note that I have signed the Hindu American Foundation’s petition to recognize the Genocides of Bangladeshis in 1971, including Hindus and Muslims. Indeed, we commemorated this about ten years… Read more »