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The impression from American media has been that Turkey is falling apart. But much of what we experienced this past weekend in Istanbul contradicted that narrative.
Why should Muslim Americans be made to absolve themselves of guilt by association smears?
In fact, one of the amazing elements of Islamophobia is the denial of its own existence.
The Islamophobes contaminate civil society with their toxic ideological fuel.
How much longer will we tolerate politicians who stoke bigotry like that which drove Wade Michael Page to kill?
Adeel Ahmed’s article, published on Goat Milk, discusses the case and its implications, arguing it will either lead the Muslim community a step forward–or several steps back.
Once shunned by my Muslim family, the bird finally found a place in our home, just like so many American traditions.
Wajahat Ali writes about turkey jihad in this guest piece for LoonWatch.
New report on the funding of the anti-Muslim Islamophobic movement.
Praying in dressing rooms? Parking lots? Sometimes it can get awkward.
The FBI further drives away the Muslim community, its number one resource in combating terrorism by spying.
A Muslim-American explains how Barack Hussein Obama is a secret Muslim.