After New Zealand, My Muslim Community Prayed in Defiance
The Joy, and Utter Thoughtlessness, of a Viral Prank Against an Anti-Muslim Activist
Muslims’ Duty for Service Shouldn’t Become a Photo-Op to Prove We’re Not Terrorists
In Firing Marc Lamont Hill, CNN Emboldened the Effort to Cast Israel’s Critics as Anti-Semites
The White House’s Acosta Video Looks Different From the Original. Does That Mean It’s “Doctored”?
A Reporter Asked Trump About Two Muslim Women Winning Seats in Congress. He Claimed He Couldn’t Understand Her Accent.
Duncan Hunter’s Win in California’s 50th District Should Be Chilling to Muslims—and All Americans
Ilhan Omar, the First Muslim Woman Elected to Congress, Led Her Acceptance Speech With “As-Salam Alaikum.” That’s Huge.
That Clip of Queer Eye’s Tan France Schooling Hasan Minhaj on Clothes and Brownness Nearly Killed Me
As a Muslim, I Can’t Bring Myself to Go on Hajj While It Enriches Saudi Arabia
Stereotypes About Muslim Marriages Made Me Fear What Would Happen When I Entered My Own
A Muslim Marine Is Venturing into Trump Country and Changing Minds. But His Strategy Troubles Me.
Rashida Tlaib’s Victory Is a Win for Muslims and Democracy
This Pie Tells One of the Most Essential Stories About Muslims in America. And It’s Delicious.
How a Respected Muslim Journalist Became an Outcast—and What It Says About the Community That Shunned Him
Why the Far Right Believes Every Muslim—Including Me—Is a Liar
Muslims and Christians Are Afraid of Marrying Each Other. 33 Years Ago in Small-Town Iowa, These Two Did.
Why the #MeToo Moment Is Especially Distressing for Muslim Women
#MosqueMeToo Puts Muslim Women “Between a Rock and a Hard Place”
The Solar Grid Turns the Egyptian Revolution Into Science Fiction