by Judd Legum Sep 17, 2015
Trump welcomed the question.
by Justin Salhani Sep 16, 2015
What this opposition comes down to is American’s generally negative view of Islam.
by Judd Legum Sep 16, 2015
Mohamed's story, first published in the Dallas Morning News, has unleashed a tidal wave of support online.
by Scott Keyes Sep 11, 2015
The lawmaker argued that Syrian refugees "want to live under Sharia law" and accused them of planning "an invasion" to "[spread] their own theology by force."
by Justin Salhani Aug 25, 2015
Part of this negative connotation has come from groups like ISIS (also known as ISIL or the Islamic State) who claim that their brutal crimes against humanity are divine acts of jihad.
by Jack Jenkins Aug 25, 2015
“It’s unpresidential for Walker to make these comments. They’re deeply disturbing.”
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Aug 24, 2015
Protesters are upset about an Arabic-immersion program.
by Justin Salhani Jul 20, 2015
Abdulazeez did not regularly attend mosque and his alcohol and drug abuse do not align with the behaviors of a religious fundamentalist.
by Jack Jenkins Jun 9, 2015
Turns out, compassion makes a difference.
by Jack Jenkins May 29, 2015
The decision comes just two days after a request to run subway ads that would depict the Muslim Prophet Muhammad.