Mar 15, 2019
In this week's episode we interview an American Muslim soldier who grew up in Bradford, PA, the son of Muslim South Asian immigrant physicians. Unlike his other siblings, Junaid diverged from the stereotypically favored medical career path by joining the United States Army in 2001. He finished basic training a few...
Mar 1, 2019
In this episode, we wrap up our conversation with ex-Muslim, Omayma. We begin by talking about the topic of the "guardianship program" in many Muslim cultures.
Omayma likens it to a parent-child relationship that remains throughout a woman's entire life.
Omayma talks about how the program impacted her childhood and how...
Feb 15, 2019
In S2 Ep2 of WJTA, we continue the conversation with ex-muslim, Omayma. In the first episode, Omayma shared stories of what it was like growing up in a strict, muslim home.
Omayma now talks about what it was like leaving Islam, the transformation and finding her identity. Three years after leaving the religion, she...
Feb 1, 2019
In this episode of WJTA, we chat with a woman that has left Islam and is living in Australia.
Omayma was born in Egypt and moved to Australia when she was a 1-year old. She was raised as a conservative Sunni Muslim.
In her teenage years Omayma started to have some serious questions and concerns with Islam as her family...
Jan 11, 2019
Happy New Year! Welcome to episode #17 of WJTA. Thank you for your continued support and interest. We open the new year by answering some of the toughest questions Jason gets asked after his lectures or speaking engagements.
Questions like: Why do muslims us hate us (Americans)?
What's with the 72 virgins in...