Here are some links I got in an email sent to me by War Times:
• United for Peace & Justice will have actions on October 7.
• Tom Hayden speaks internationally against the war. Here's an interview from a German site.
• Tom Engelhardt has a piece on Znet (new find for me) called Afghanistan by the Numbers.
On a more personal note, I just finished a great retelling of Beauty and the Beast, told from the point of view of the beast. The Persian prince Orasmyn is turned into a lion by a vengeful spirit (a pari). Only the love of a woman can turn him back. His Muslim faith permeates Beast, the story written by Donna Jo Napoli. Here's a passage (from Rumi, complete poem here) that moved me:
O Shams-e Tabrizi, you
Compassionately blend and renew
East and west through and through
And so we say, may it be so
Another book I'm happy to recommend to folks wanting good stories that include details of the Muslim world in a positive light, is The Man Who Counted, by Malba Tahan. Here's the blurb I wrote on it for Math Mama Writes: Written in Brazil, set in the Middle East, these stories follow the adventures of Beremiz, an accomplished mathematical problem-solver. He uses math to settle disputes, solve riddles and mysteries, and entertain his hosts.