Hadia Mubarak

Stories by Hadia Mubarak
How Muslims can stop the next terror attack

A mourner reacts during a candlelight vigil in the aftermath of Monday’s (Matt Rourke/AP ) A cacophony of pain and … Continued

No religious basis for 9/11

The New York City community board endorsed the Cordoba House, a community center and mosque planned for construction near Ground … Continued

On being a patriotic and faithful Muslim American

Q: The Fort Hood shootings have raised questions again about how the military should handle the personal religious beliefs of … Continued

Teaching Our Children the Value of Others

The New York City Council last week voted to add two Muslim holidays to the city’s public school calendar, citing … Continued

Freedom is Never Out of Fashion

Nicholas Sarkozy is not the only person who cringes every time he sees a woman dressed in head-to-foot clothing that … Continued

Time to Embrace the Muslim World as a Partner, not an Enemy

A shift in U.S. foreign policy that embraces the Muslim world as a partner rather than an enemy is not … Continued

Israeli Violence Makes Peace a Practical Impossibility

This question makes three inaccurate presumptions. First, it presumes that Hamas’ ideology remains the primary obstacle to a two-state solution … Continued

Spitzer Symptomatic of Culture’s Affliction

The Question: What does the Eliot Spitzer scandal say about our public and private morality? Should he have resigned? While … Continued

Put “Christ” Back in Christmas

As a devout Muslim, I completely concur with the statements of Britain’s equality chief to put “Christ” back into Christmas. … Continued

Politics Fuels Despair, Resentment

The most fundamental problem in U.S.-Muslim world relations today is our inability to view current events through the prism of … Continued