I assure you, no major religious scripture – that is not taken out of context – says to openly hate someone else.
I’ve always experienced microaggressions growing up. From people asking me, “So, like, what are you?” to comments like “You don’t act like a regular Arab girl”.
You do realize, that there 1.6 billion people in this world who are Muslims, so are all Muslims terrorists?
It helps you practice gratitude. Fasting makes you realize how much you take things like food and water for granted and gives you a taste of how some less fortunate people actually live; deprived from the simple things that we take for granted every day. It teaches you how to be compassionate and count your blessings instead of focusing on the things you don’t have.
Is it fair to compare the rhetoric of Donald Trump with that of Adolf Hitler? I guess the first test might be whether you can tell them apart.
This seems to justify anti-Islam feelings right?? These Muslims are waving the ISIS flag the day of a major terror event! They hate America, right? Right?!?
Actually, pretty much 100% wrong.
Last Monday an eighth-grade student was asked, almost out of the blue, about whether she had a bomb in her backpack.
Voldemort: “There is nothing worse than death, Dumbledore!”
Albus Dumbledore: “You are quite wrong. Indeed, your failure to understand how Donald Trump’s presidency would be much worse than death has always been your greatest weakness.”
Every time a girl with a turban is complimented on her avant-garde style, I think about my obsession with Gwen Stefani, No Doubt Gwen Stefani, not divorcee Gwen Stefani.
The part we don’t think about.