is a group of former Muslims and Muslims of varying degrees of religiosity that seeks to find the truth, no matter what it is, and fight for their right to follow it by creating a safe place to exchange thoughts and ideas that we were taught not to talk about.
is a co-founder of MUSLIMISH and of the Institute for Religious Studies, Humanities, and Dialogue.
He was born in United Arab Emirates to Lebanese parents and attended the Islamic Hanbaly Educational Institute, earning a diploma in Islamic Shariah. After his family immigrated to the U.S., Wissam continued to study and give lectures on Islamic Shariah. He was the founder of Halakat Imam AlBaqir, an Islamic Studies Institute in Dearborn where he taught various topics in Islamic studies. He is a co-founder of the Muslim Scouts of Michigan, Islamic Monitor Action Network, Islamic Unity Magazine, and has been a member of various organizations, including the Council of American Islamic Relations (CAIR), Islamic House of Wisdom, and Amnesty International.