It’s troubling that Maureen Dowd uses Huma Abedin’s Saudi Arabian upbringing to make sense of an otherwise inexplicable case of marital fidelity.
Some tips on how to not just survive, but maximize Ramadan.
A couple of simple rules that will make the Ramadan fast a little easier on your Muslim colleague.
The false characterization of Islam as monolithic is being amplified by the increasingly common denial that Islam is a religion at all.
Muslim students in New York City are already permitted to stay home on their religious holidays without penalty, but the current campaign is to give all students a day off for Muslim religious holidays.
While blasphemous speech is offensive, the better way to counter it is through dialogue and peaceful discourse — the pen and not the sword.
Religious actors and religious freedom are central to peace-building and national security.
In the next few weeks, the Oregon legislature will be voting on whether to repeal a 1923 law that makes it illegal for anyone wearing distinctively religious clothing to serve as a public school teacher.
For Muslims, the book is a refreshing call to return to our spiritual roots. For non-Muslims, Safi’s explanation of Muhammad helps explain the connection Muslims have to their Prophet.
Legitimizing a ban on Geert Wilders’ speech puts us on a slippery slope to legitimizing further, far worse limitations.
Switzerland’s ban on minarets eloquently testifies to a society ill-equipped to deal with Islam, by virtue of being ill-equipped to deal with faith.