Moustafa Bayoumi




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Moustafa Bayoumi

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How Does It Feel to Be a Problem? by Moustafa Bayoumi
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“In other words, perhaps it is time to admit that the War on Terror is not just a stupid war. It is a war designed to make us stupid. How”
Moustafa Bayoumi, This Muslim American Life: Dispatches from the War on Terror

“What Sadiq found when he reached the welcoming shores of the United States was a history of institutional racism and Asian exclusion laws for which he was unprepared. White nationalism would already be working against the Mufti’s message. Later he would write that if Jesus Christ comes to America and applies for admission to the United States under the immigration laws, [he] would not be allowed to enter this country because: 1. He comes from a land which is out of the permitted zone. 2. He has no money with him. 3. He is not decently dressed. 4. His hands have holes in the palms. 5. He remains bare-footed, which is a disorderly act. 6. He is against fighting for the country. 7. He believes in making wine when he thinks necessary. 8. He has no credential to show that he is an authorized preacher. 9. He believes in practicing the Law of Moses [polygamy].7”
Moustafa Bayoumi, This Muslim American Life: Dispatches from the War on Terror




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