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A Brief History of Muslims in American (Part 4 of 10)

This series of posts is adapted from a presentation I delivered to the Atlanta Freethought Society on May 13, 2018. I should offer the following caveats: I am neither an historian nor a scholar; therefore, this information is admittedly incomplete and may … Continue reading

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A Brief History of Muslims in American (Part 3 of 10)

This series of posts is adapted from a presentation I delivered to the Atlanta Freethought Society on May 13, 2018. I should offer the following caveats: I am neither an historian nor a scholar; therefore, this information is admittedly incomplete and may … Continue reading

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A Brief History of Muslims in America (Part 2 of 10)

This series of posts is adapted from a presentation I delivered to the Atlanta Freethought Society on May 13, 2018. I should offer the following caveats: I am neither an historian nor a scholar; therefore, this information is admittedly incomplete and may … Continue reading

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A Brief History of Muslims in America (Part 1 of 10)

This series of posts is adapted from a presentation I delivered to the Atlanta Freethought Society on May 13, 2018. I should offer the following caveats: I am neither an historian nor a scholar; therefore, this information is admittedly incomplete and may … Continue reading

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Can Muslims be assimilated in America? Part 1 of 2

Despite the repeated alarmist cries about homegrown jihadist cells, and warnings that Islam is a “very evil and wicked religion,” (thank you, Franklin Graham) the evidence is that, by and large, Muslims are assimilating into American society and will continue … Continue reading

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America’s True History of Religious Tolerance

Here’s an excellent article from Smithsonian magazine looking at the myth of America’s longstanding tradition of tolerance of religious diversity.  I’ve said before that, if you really look into the early history of this country, you’ll see that the First … Continue reading

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