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  • "There's such a thing as virtual modesty," said Shahed Amanullah, editor-in-chief of altmuslim. com, a popular online magazine.

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  • "I think most Muslims outside New York City are more concerned about the backlash than the actual center, which most of them will never directly benefit from," said Shahed Amanullah, the editor-in-chief of the website altmuslim. com and a group of other Islam-themed sites.

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  • Well, ReligionDispatches has now posted a version of the Op-Ed that An-Na ` im was unable to publish in response to these allegations, signed by professor/blogger Juan Cole, HuffPo contributor Ali Eteraz, syndicated columnist Mona Eltahawy, Islamica magazine editor Firas Ahmad, altmuslim founder and editor Shahed Amanullah and numerous others -- all within the first 24 hours.

    Evan Derkacz: Swiftboating Obama: Renowned Muslim Scholar Couldn't Publish Apostasy Response

  • Media appearances and analysis featuring altmuslim editors


  • (January 7, 2010) - "We have a big problem; it's that other people are shaping the story about us," Shahed Amanullah, editor-in-chief of altmuslim. com, told IslamOnline. net.


  • The presence of offending comments does not necessarily reflect the views of the editors of altmuslim.


  • (November 17, 2009) - "Some popular commentators and bloggers, such as Zahed Amanullah of the Web site altmuslim and Aziz Poonawalla of the blog City of Brass, were critical of its timing, coming so close to the end of Ramadan and Eid celebrations."


  • With hundreds of writers and editors having been forced to resign, it is a severe blow to the integrity of journalism in the Muslim world. altmuslim review 032 - Muslim writers everywhere!


  • Recent and upcoming talks and offsite articles by altmuslim contributors


  • Once Were Radicals and Reza Aslan tells us more about his second book, altmuslim review 031 - Oh, Bama!



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