by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Dec 10, 2015
About 75 percent of Americans believe that self-identified Christians "who commit acts of violence in the name of Christianity are not really Christian."
by Igor Volsky Dec 8, 2015
Republicans continue to back policies that would discriminate against Muslim immigrants and refugees and could have the effect of intimidating the American Muslim community.
by Justin Salhani Dec 8, 2015
One of ISIS’ primary talking points is about eliminating the “grayzone” of coexistence between Muslims and western society.
by Justin Salhani Dec 2, 2015
“It’s Imam Google,” Bertrand said, “that’s where they go, not to the mosque.”
by Laurel Raymond Nov 25, 2015
Rewriting a foreign film in order to cast the American villain as Muslim is a disappointing move.
by Emily Atkin Nov 17, 2015
Non-Muslim Americans' views toward Muslims in general are decidedly not positive.
by Judd Legum Nov 17, 2015
We thought of a few people.
by Alice Ollstein Oct 28, 2015
"Our job is to build a nation in which we all stand together," Sanders responded.
by Justin Salhani Oct 20, 2015
What the niqab debate grew to symbolize was tolerance and empathy in the face of a growing international movement of Islamophobia.
by Kira Lerner Oct 12, 2015
A Republican lawmaker says parents have complained about lessons on the Five Pillars of Islam.