Wednesday, September 12, 2012


On September 11, 2012, an American ambassador, Christopher Stevens, along with three other Americans were killed in Libya at the US Embassy.

I, a Muslim American, condemn this action and do think that those responsible for committing this crime should be punished.

Many are saying the reason this crime was committed was because it was an act of protest against an anti-Islam movie made here in the US. I’m not going to go into the details of what the movie is about or what it’s called because I don’t want to bring attention to it. I don’t think it’s appropriate to make any sort of movie or documentary that insults any religion.

We Americans are quick to blame to others for actions committed against us. We are quick to blame anyone and anything beside ourselves. I’ll admit, I have an ego about being American. I think this country is amazing and I honestly wouldn’t ever want to live anywhere else.

... To read the rest of this article, check out Brown Girl Magazine.

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