The war on terror was supposed to be about making our country safer. As a Muslim American, I don’t feel safer at all.
While Muslims prayed for Orlando, the GOP nominee urged his followers to reach for their guns.
After Ahmed Mohamed’s ordeal, there’s no denying that Americans still harbor misguided feelings about Muslims.
Domestic terrorism has been quickly ruled out of the killing of three young Muslim students.
The shortage of real terrorism in recent years has been a challenge for our law enforcers.
Violent jihadists don’t represent Islam any more than the Anders Breiviks of the world represent Christianity.
Conservative fear-mongers are trying to create a controversy around the practice of Islam in this country by elevating ridiculous warnings about “Shariah law.”
A small coterie of highly vocal activists, using angry rhetoric and xenophobic propaganda, are stoking this rage.
Americans don’t want to return to the fear and resentment of the McCarthy era.
Are you now, or have you ever been, a member of your neighborhood mosque?
What if the alleged gunman in Tucson were named Ali Mohammed instead of Jared Lee Loughner?
Apparently, our society thinks that the term “crazy” Muslim is redundant.
Another highly suspicious document found at the neighborhood mosque.
You can’t judge Islam exclusively by its worst moments.