Brandeis Takes Heat for Revoking Honorary Degree to Ayaan Hirsi Ali
She once described Islam as a religion that’s “not interested in peace.”
In France and America, Bigotry Knows No Borders
The French may not think much of Americans, but both countries’ governments share a singular antipathy for “outsiders.”
Park 51 Debate Opens Space for Muslim Women's Voices
While activists strive to humanize Muslim Americans in an ignorant media world, Muslim women are carving out new spaces for representation.
Tempers Explode Over Ground Zero Islamic Center
How did an otherwise mundane hearing of the Landmarks Preservation Commission disintegrate into a Muslim-bashing fest?
Today in Anti-Muslim Party Politics: Dutch Edition
With the Tea Party making inroads in primaries across the country, you might think the rabid outbursts and vapid sloganeering are a peculiarly American phenomenon.
Under Political Siege, Muslim Americans Confront America's Ugly Side
Besieged by media attacks and riven by internal conflicts, Muslim American communities have been wrestling with an identity crisis for years now.