Somewhere along the line, we got it really wrong.
A pastor answers five questions.
What does 2019 potentially hold for French ex-Muslims?
Are we witnessing a recycled script from The Truman Show?
Prime Minister Katrín Jakobsdóttir, who also attended, nonetheless sent a subtle message to the guest of honour in the speech she delivered, Stundin reports.
“Embracing our sons . . . Eradicating marginalization.”
Yes, all white people.
Scott Douglas Jacobsen and friend, Waleed Al-Husseini, the founder of the Council of Ex-Muslims of France, discuss Waleed’s life and views.
During Ramadan, observant Muslims can’t eat or drink anything — even water — from dawn till dusk. The experience is particularly daunting when your job requires you to cook delicious food all day.
Queerty shares an interview with Shawn Ahmed as he discusses his first pride, his religion, and how he came out.
How many wars are we going to justify in the name of “God?”
My flight to San Francisco started off with a large Texan with a burly cowboy hat telling me about how Muslims are terrorists.
Around the world, Muslims and non-Muslims celebrate Sufi saints and gather together for worship in their shrines, offering an example of pluralism.
The United States has a long history of violence against People of Color, disabled people, Muslims, immigrants, and LGBTQ people.
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.