I am what I am, and what I am is a terrible person.
Hi, I’m Anne and I’m an author with Hartline Literary Agency. My latest book is a piece about world religions entitled, No Fear: My Tale of Hijabs, Witchcraft Circles, & the Cross.
Yes, you’ve read that right.
While browsing the Internet looking for interesting debates on a variety of different topics, I came across one that stuck in my mind.
I am a liberal. I heavily critique conservative-supported policies. That does not make me a conservative-phobe.
Yesterday, the Nigerian government and its neighbors declared war on Boko Haram, a an Islamist terrorist group responsible for the kidnapping of 276 school girls and the killing of many others in Nigeria.
The country of Brunei just announced that starting May 2014, they are gong to implement Sharia Law in the entirety of their country.
One of these images captured a Muslim woman, wearing a full-body burqa, protesting in Nigeria and holding up a sign that read: “This is Terrorism, not Islam.”
I live in a 90% European-Caucasian middle class suburb of Denver. So the last time I saw someone dressed in Islamic attire in my town was — never.
You can bet your lily-white ass that if a group of Christians had kidnapped nearly 300 girls and were forcing them to recite Bible verses, that fact would be touted loudly in every account of the story.