Part 6 of 6: Umar Lee on his friendship with Ismail Royer, caught-up in the post-9/11 hysteria.
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The life and times of a global Islamic icon.
Part five of six part series. Umar Lee gives his opinion on balancing faith and cooperating in mass movements for social justice.
Rubio set an enormously low bar — one that still subtly accepts Islamophobia, but argues that it’s tactically advantageous to not appear Islamophobic.
The explosion of Islamophobia in the USA is also connected to Ferguson.
Part 3 of 6 of an original series. What do Evangelicals, Hindu nationalists, White nationalists, Zionists and the secular left have in common.
Sandow Birk’s “American Quran” is quietly transgressive, eschewing the satirical depictions of the Prophet Muhammad that grab headlines.
Umar Lee on the mimicking of patterns of White Flight and prioritizing community building for Muslim Americans.
Umar Lee on Whiteness and the Muslim American community.
“Far from a recent phenomenon, however, such attitudes are deeply grounded in American history.”
Islam(ism) exposes the failure and deep morass of progressive thought.
Terrorist supporting loon, Kaufman, continues his crusade against Muslims in Florida.
A new path to peace in war lies with knowing something about each others sacred values.