Dr. Mohammed Zuhdi Jasser has just released his first book, A Battle for the Soul of Islam: An American Muslim Patriot's Fight to Save His Faith.
A colleague of Robert George, recently appointed to the US Commission on International Religious Freedom along with Zuhdi Jasser, has defended George's role as a board member of the Bradley Foundation, which funds the likes of David Horowitz, Daniel Pipes and Frank Gaffney. Nick Sementelli is not impressed. Faith in Public Life, 11 April 2012
The appointment of M. Zuhdi Jasser, a Muslim-American activist who spends his time railing against Islamic extremism, to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom sparked a controversy. MSNBC reported yesterday that a coalition...Show More Summary
... may be fought over the nomination of Dr. Zuhdi Jasser to a government advisory commission on religious freedom.
Sixty-four American Muslim groups have signed a letter criticizing the appointment of American Islamic Forum for Democracy founder Dr. Zuhdi Jasser—whose conservative leanings have made him a favorite of Republican Congressmen, conservative...Show More Summary
More than 50 Muslim and non-Muslim civic and religious groups asked leading senators on Thursday (April 12) to rescind the appointment of an outspoken Muslim activist, Zuhdi Jasser, to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom. Jasser,...Show More Summary
One way to elicit a collective groan among established American Muslim leaders: Mention Zuhdi Jasser. The U.S. Senate did just that recently when it appointed the Arizona physician and activist to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom. On Thursday, a coalit …
The appointment of Zuhdi Jasser to the US Commission on International Religious Freedom has understandably provoked outrage. The Faith in Public Life blog has some useful information about another of the Republican appointees to USCIRF, Robert George, who sits on the board of the Bradley Foundation, exposed in the Fear Inc. Show More Summary
One of two new members of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom has Muslim civil rights groups crying foul. Zuhdi Jasser, who lauded a controversial New York City police surveillance program that targeted Muslims and...Show More Summary
Danios of LoonWatch exposes the fraudulent character of the "Muslim groups" who demonstrated in support of the NYPD's spying operation on Muslim communities.
"We, as Muslims should be monitoring extremism." -- Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser, founder of the American Islamic Leadership Coalition.
Muslims groups gathered in support of the New York Police Department in Manhattan this morning following revelations the NYPD set up surveillance of Muslim communities in two New Jersey cities and on 16 college campuses. Dr. M. Zuhdi...Show More Summary
I wish I had more time to get into this at the moment, but before we do Libya Part II (or is it Kosovo Part V?), count me with Dan Pipes, and against Elliott Abrams and Zuhdi Jasser, in opposing intervention in Syria. More to say when I can.
I want to take the time to congratulate Jim and Seth for their piece today on Dr. Zuhdi Jasser. Dr. Jasser is one of my constituents and a patriot, and one of the most responsible voices in our cause to fight radical Islamist terrorists. Show More Summary
Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser has an important piece on the Syrian resistance to the Assad tyranny at Big Peace. In it he details the background of the Syrian Consul General in southern California, Dr. Hazam Chahabi, who,...
In the second half of our interview, Zuhdi Jasser, founder of the American Islamic Forum on Democracy and Save Syria Now!’s most prominent American of Syrian descent, talks about the battle against Islamic extremism, the toxic co-dependency...Show More Summary
Zuhdi Jasser, founder of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy (which describes its mission as advocating for “the preservation of the founding principles of the United States Constitution, liberty and freedom”), may be the most important American Muslim you never heard of. Show More Summary
Since last month’s Peter King hearing on Muslim radicalization, life has been extra busy for star witness Zuhdi Jasser, a Phoenix physician who Congressman King called an “ideal” Muslim-American leader. The Navy veteran told me in an interview yesterday that his small group got 50-60 new members “overnight” after the King hearing. Show More Summary
T.A. Frank writes a very sympathetic profile of Zuhdi Jasser. Antonin Scalia wants to win the future. Maybe Senator Rand Paul should call for a defunding of public toilets. I support standardized testing, but this kind of stuff makes me...
Rep. Peter King's opening statement at the House Homeland Security Committee on hearing on the extent of radicalization among American Muslims. Dr. Zuhdi Jasser testified before the House Committee on Homeland Security about Muslim radicalization on Thursday, March 10th. Show More Summary