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Betrayed as a Marine and a Muslim

I’m a Muslim and a U.S. Marine. It’s unacceptable that four of my brothers were killed in Chattanooga.

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5 Reasons Christians Should Stay in the Middle East

Western Christians should not help ISIS achieve religious cleansing in the birthplace of their faith.

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4 Spiritual Lessons Muslims Can Teach Christians

Christians have much to learn about seeking God from the spiritual disciplines of Muslims.

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5 Ways Fasting in Ramadan Improves Your Faith

If done right, fasting will naturally increase your faith and lead to righteousness.

What American Muslims Are Doing Everyday

Everyone wants Muslims to stand against violent extremism. Day in, day out, that’s exactly what they’re doing.

The Bigoted Journalists Who Shape American Opinions of Muslims

How should Muslims respond to intolerant and ignorant journalists?

The Religions that Survived 14 Centuries of Islamic Rule

When Islam was at its strongest, it was also at its most open-minded.

Want to Argue About Islamic Violence? Know These 5 Facts First

Some facts on the ground of our national debate about Islam and violence.

Why I’m Absolutely Not Islamophobic

A Presbyterian minister calling Christians to wage war against our Muslim neighbors has Jesus all wrong.

What 25 Conversations with Muslims Taught Me About Their Faith

I read the Qur’an differently after learning how my Muslim neighbors read their holy book.

Recent Pew Survey Reveals How Americans Feel About Religious Groups

Americans view Jews and Christians warmly, while atheists and Muslims get the cold shoulder.

Six Scenes of My Interactions with Muslims: The Good, the (Mostly) Bad, and the Ugly

I’m an equal opportunity critic of religions. But when it comes to human rights, I’m far more concerned about Islam.

The End of Surveillance for New York Muslims — For Now

How American Muslims modeled the right response to systematic injustice.

Religious Pluralism in Today’s Muslim World

For some, the core of religious pluralism discourse lies in the definition of the “People of the Book,” a term used in the Qur’an.

She’s Somebody’s Mama

Secular dialogue on the value of the human person, despite its limits and deserved criticism, is critical to the movement towards peace.