So when we hear bigoted online voices stating their disappointment that “An Arab”, a “sand nigger”, or a “Muslim” has won the Ms. America prize, the correct response is not to merely point that Ms. Davuluri is in fact both American and Hindu.
Muslim Rapper Offers Virtuous Alternative to Mainstream Music Voice of America Hip hop artist Mo Sabri began a recent performance in Washington, DC, with “Heaven Is Where Her Heart Is,” a song about a virtuous girl who travels to Mecca for the holy...
Myanmar Buddhist committee bans anti-Muslim organizations Reuters Monks who lead the movement make speeches urging Buddhists to boycott Muslim-owned businesses, the message spread through CDs and DVDs sold widely in shops and on street stalls.
In Pakistan, most say Ahmadis are not Muslim Pew Research Center This past weekend marked the 39th anniversary of the passage of Pakistan's second constitutional amendment, which defines the country's Ahmadi community as non-Muslim.
Muslim Publics Share Concerns about Extremist Groups The Pew Global Attitudes Project EXTREM22 More than two years after the death of Osama bin Laden, concern about Islamic extremism remains widespread among Muslims from South Asia to the Middle...
When Lesley Hazleton was writing a biography of Muhammad, she was struck by something: The night he received the revelation of the Koran, according to early accounts, his first reaction was doubt, awe, even fear.
What comes after surviving being shot in the head, turning 16 and addressing the United Nations? Having a famous documentarian make a movie about it all. Malala Yousafzai, the young Pakistani education advocate who addressed the United Nations General Assembly last Friday, her 16th birthday, is being filmed by Davis Guggenheim, who is known for projects like “Waiting for Superman” and “An Inconvenient Truth.”
On Friday, Fox News invited renowned religious scholar and prolific author Reza Aslan onto the air, ostensibly to discuss his latest book on Christianity, ‘Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth.’But instead, host Lauren Green launched into an Islamophobic attack on Aslan’s credentials and expressed incredulity that he, a self-professed Muslim, would be able to write about Christianity in a fair and honest way.Throughout the nearly 10 minute interview, Green inaccurately sought to portray Aslan as a religiously-motivated agitator with a hidden agenda out to discredit the very religion that he himself once practiced...
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