By Kamaria Roberts
After Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz called for police to monitor Muslims on Tuesday, Muslim Americans responded on Twitter by showing images from their everyday lives.
By Alexandra Sarabia
Rana Abdelhamid, a Queens native and Harvard Kennedy School graduate student, started Hijabis of New York, a photo and interview project featuring Muslim women who wear a hijab.
By Corinne Segal
For the first time in more than 10 years, a civilian representative will monitor counter-terrorism efforts at the New York Police Department.
By Michael D. Regan
As Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump continues to face criticism for calling for a ban on Muslims entering the United States less than a month ago, a group with links to the Islamic militant group al-Shabab has released a recruitment…
By PBS NewsHour
France has one of the largest Muslim populations in Western Europe. Now that homegrown Muslim terrorists have victimized France again, many young French Muslim citizens are grappling with how they are perceived. The NewsHour’s Stephen Fee has more from Paris.
By Julie Pace and Jill Colvin, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- Republican presidential rivals rushed Friday to condemn Donald Trump's support for a government database to track Muslims in the United States, drawing a sharp distinction with the Republican front-runner on a proposal also deemed unconstitutional by legal experts.
By Shadi Hamid
“Islamism” has become a bad word, because the Islamists we hear about the most often are those of ISIS and al-Qaeda. Most Islamists, however, are not jihadists or extremists; they are members of mainstream Islamist movements like the Muslim Brotherhood…
By P. J. Tobia
This week’s Shortwave explores the cultural and religious motivations of veiling, as well as the difficulty of eating french fries with one’s face completely covered.
At a recent comedy festival in New York City, the big joke was Islam -- that is, being a muslim in America. Organizers say the three-night "Muslim Funny Fest," highlighting stand-up by Muslim comics, was the first of its kind.
A Muslim academic recently opened a gay- and women-friendly mosque in Cape Town, South Africa, which was largely regarded as a response to the culture of exclusion and conservatism in the Muslim faith. And despite receiving death threats and fierce…
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