It is imperative to look at the relationship between American and Islamic society in the historical context, particularly foreign policy in the United States, because it helps individuals to understand the difference between the American perception of Muslims and the Muslim perception about America before and after the September 11th terrorist attacks.
Only a healthy argument and discussion regarding Islamic teachings, and its history by members of Muslim and non Muslims communities can forge a path that can protect our rights and remove anti-Muslim sentiments from our society.
It is Jesus who calls us to love Muslims because He loves them too, and our Muslim friends need to know that we love them because He loves us all.
Could it be that gradually the American culture of my Baptist faith has replaced my simple faith in Christ to trust in Him for greater needs?
The Untouchables remained uneducated, deprived of all rights, and above everything else slaves to the majority of powerful Muslims.