Yemeni Muslims and Jews start family, by Mokhtar – Yemen

Around July 22, 2009, some Jewish families moved from Raidah district, Amran province, to Sawan area in the Yemeni capital Sana'a, the place where I used to live. I happened to be neighbors with a Yemeni guy called Abdurrahman who got married to a displace Jewish woman called Laiah. Raidah, a Yemeni village in Amran province … Continue reading Yemeni Muslims and Jews start family, by Mokhtar – Yemen

The Famous Month of Ramadhan by Bridget, Tunisia

Its name is Ramadhane, its classification is holy, its values are sacred, and its memories last a lifetime. I am talking about the month during which all Muslims fast from dawn to sunset. If you have never heard of it nor been in a Muslim country during that time, let me use words to show … Continue reading The Famous Month of Ramadhan by Bridget, Tunisia

No to Terrorism, Yes to Human Rights by Yamna Ayadi, Tunisia

Terrorism is an awful crime that can never be excused or justified. It poses a major threat to human rights, beginning with the most fundamental of rights - the right to life. Thousands of innocent souls have lost their lives. Terrorism, with its destructive power, has led to  growing mistrust, fear, and a significant new … Continue reading No to Terrorism, Yes to Human Rights by Yamna Ayadi, Tunisia

Jerusalem by Naima Nas, Egypt

I am almost certain it is not wise of me to attempt this but as I have never claimed wisdom at anytime. I am neither a Scholar nor an expert but as the vast majority of those fighting over the Holy Land are neither, perhaps it helpful to have a glimpse of the Holy from a mere … Continue reading Jerusalem by Naima Nas, Egypt

A Muslim Rant: #JeSuisMohamed, by Mohamed Abubakr, from Sudan

No, not that Mohamed of Mecca who walked the earth 14 centuries ago, and for depicting his image people are getting killed in France, and ambassadors and embassies are getting attacked and burned all over the world. No, I’m talking about me, Mohamed Abubakr, the Muslim misfit from Sudan. Those of you who know me … Continue reading A Muslim Rant: #JeSuisMohamed, by Mohamed Abubakr, from Sudan