The Word “Muslim” Isn’t An Insult

The Taliban and other extremists don’t define Islam

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I recently had the pleasure of meeting a group of five Muslim men from Qatar at the coffee shop I frequent in Denver. My basic Arabic skills broke the ice, but once we exchanged introductions, I quickly learned these men were intelligent, warm, and engaging. All studying various fields in engineering and architecture so they could return to Qatar to help…

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