Bukhari’s journey as a Muslim and a revolutionary ultimately demonstrates that there is no inherent tension between Islam and revolutionary politics. . . .
Islam emphasizes the importance of culture, with the responsibility of caring for an orphan as one of the State’s. Orphans have the right to a life in the societies from which they are from. . . .
We need an ummah that does not align with the oppressive characteristics and practices that prevail in U.S. culture and society. In fact, we need an ummah that stands in radical opposition to these things. . . .