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Letter to God About Iran’s Recent Protest

Letter to God About Iran’s Recent Protest

Thank you my dearest, beloved, most precious God for letting me love you, cherish you, pray you, and be in your company always and ever. Thanks for letting me live in the US, and not in Iran; thanks for letting me enjoy life; thanks for […]

Don’t Just Sit there; Go and Vote

Don’t Just Sit there; Go and Vote

  Every year, for about 10 years, I took my extended family members in Tehran, Iran to the polls. They lived in two parts of Tehran. One group was in the south, where my dad’s mom lived, and one group was in the east where […]

How ‘Act for America’ and Anti-Muslim Protesters Could Benefit from a Ramadan Iftaar

How ‘Act for America’ and Anti-Muslim Protesters Could Benefit from a Ramadan Iftaar

The Anti-Muslim group ACT for America is planning to hold a rally in Seattle on the weekend. A similar protest was planed for Portland until Mayor Ted Wheeler canceled this event in the aftermath of two men having been murdered and a third wounded in […]