A procession marking the martyrdom of Imam Husayn in Turkey, a predominately Sunni nation.
I’m starting coverage of the Islam in America Conference. Will try to highlight points by various speakers at the end of each panel.
ABC News on Campus reporter Reshma Kirpalani blogs: via blogs.abcnews.com Hussein Rashid, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, recognizes this sentiment of bin Laden as a larger than life threat among Muslim-American youth — similar to his generation’s experience during the Cold War. “We’re now getting a group of young adults whose first conscious memory was formed by Osama bin Laden. Their biggest enemy has always been Al Qaeda and bin Laden,” Rashid said.
Thankfully Donald Rumsfeld has proven the case for the Iraq war. I’m glad this administration is restoring dignity to the Office of the President of the United States of America.