Check out our latest interview with, Asma Uddin, the founder of altMuslimah and the author of the book, "When Islam is not a Religion". The book takes a look at religious freedom in the United States through the prism of attacks on the constitutional rights of American Muslims.
We discuss what motivated her to write on this topic and the reason why she chose the title for her book.
Freedom of religion – or freedom from a religion – is guaranteed with the First Amendment. But recently the question has been asked, which religions should have greater access to that freedom? Asma Uddin, lawyer and scholar specializing in U.S. and international religious freedom, joins host Krys Boyd to discuss how a battle for the rights of one religion affects all religions, from her book, “When Islam is Not a Religion: Inside America’s Fight for Religious Freedom.”
We're joined this episode by author Asma T. Uddin to discuss her new book When Islam is Not a Religion, as well as her reflections on the rise of the Muslim community in her native Florida, and much more. It's a fascinating and insightful conversation about a topic that's extremely important and relevant. You can listen via the embed below (or via iTunes or Stitcher), and as always, please hit "like" on our Facebook page, and send any comments or questions to DiffusedCongruence@gmail.com.
RI Host, Tariq El-Amin interviews Asma Uddin-- author of When Islam Is Not A Religion. Asma is a lawyer and scholar specializing in U.S. and international religious freedom. The conversation touches on topics found in the book: judicial bias against Islam; Anti-Sharia legislation; denationalization; and the importance of fighting for constitutional protections.
The book goes on sale July 9th on Amazon. You can get more information about Asma at https://www.asmauddin.com/
Guest- Asma Uddin
Host/Prodcuer/Engineer- Tariq I. El-Amin
Executive Producer- Abdul Malik Mujahid
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