For Muslim men and women, hasty assumptions (and outrageous questions) abound.
One Muslim man talks to acquaintances, friends, and relatives to help understand how 2.6 million of their neighbors feel about shouldering the burden of terrorism.
It’s time to mobilize. There’s no more sitting on the fence.
A ‘Trump Win’ announcement on November 9 could be the next terror we face.
A PhD student discusses what it’s like being a young Muslim man in today’s world.—“I don’t like that man. I must get to know him better”Abraham LincolnLike everyone else I was horrified by the recent shootings in Orlando which killed 49 people… perhaps more so because I am a Muslim. Islam teaches Muslims around the world…
Whittier Strong shares his compassion for every person in the wake of the tragic shootings in Orlando.
Why are politicians making a habit of treating citizens as “others?”
With Donald Trump’s Anti-Muslim rhetoric on the rise, Ehab Al Shihabi encorages Muslim Americans to be politically proactive
What a 17th-century poet can teach us about marginalized Muslims today.
Everyone is sad and frustrated. So why aren’t we talking about it?
Religious diversity needs support. We have the opportunity to change headlines of the future, and here’s how.
When is enough, enough? Warren J Blumenfeld asks the tough questions about gun control.
Condemning the inexcusable violence committed by the shooters in Garland, France and Denmark doesn’t stop us from questioning the justification for the cartoon contest and subsequent exhibit. Are they not simply provocations of a minority by the majority
Mainstream media’s absence from Minister Farrakhan’s speech in Philadelphia was noticeable, and it follows a disturbing pattern.
Minister Louis Farrakhan outlined his theory of change to Philadelphians, the largest contingent at the ‘Million Man March’ twenty years ago.
This Comment of the Day is from Clark Larsen, on the post Religious Discrimination & Bullying