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Author Imam Imad Enchassi

Imad Enchassi is imam of the Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City. He is featured in "Mercy," a 2018 short-documentary from, and he was an interviewee in EthicsDaily’s 2010 documentary, “Different Books, Common Word: Baptists and Muslims.”

The compassion of a Christian nun showed me the importance of kindness across faiths. Without interfaith relationships and dialogue, we cannot as a society hope to attain justice, peace and the common good of all. […] Read More

After the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City in 1995, media launched unrelenting coverage against the Muslim community, even after white Christian nationalists were ID’d as the culprits. […] Read More

An interim study on “radical Islam, sharia law, Muslim brotherhood and the radicalization process” was commissioned by Oklahoma Representative John Bennett (R-Sallisaw) in October 2016. I wasn’t surprised, since some of the legislators from the same House sponsored anti-sharia law State Question 755 a few years prior. Bennett, a well-known “Islamophobe,” called Islam “a cancer” […] Read More