Book review by Andrew Kosorok, Author of such books as 99 Names: 1 to 25 and The Windows of Dzyan For fourteen hundred years, best practice in geometric design has been defined through traditional Islamic geometric art. Eric Broug, an artist and internationally recognized expert on Islamic art, has been writing and teaching about this […]

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By Andrew Kosorok The Minaret of Freedom Institute was founded in 1993 as an educational touchstone and resource, dedicated to expanding the minds of both Muslims and non-Muslims alike. From the website: To build upon the words of Thomas Jefferson, in fulfilling these goals we pledge to wage unending holy struggle against every form of […]

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Does the news make you feel like everything is hopeless? That’s when you need to consciously seek out the good. I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty crushed by all of the bad news these days. Frightened children separated from parents at the U.S. border; politicians involved in money laundering and sex scandals; gun […]

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By Andrew Kosorok for Ismailimail Sharing the joy of Ramadan through the light of love Imagine a wall of water 100 feet high, so powerful and destructive it changed the topography of entire countries. In moments on that terrifying day in 2004 the tsunami washed buildings, cars, trees, roads, and hills into the ocean, and […]

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