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What We’ve Learned Since 9/11 Article
Mohammed el-Sioufi, vice president of the Islamic Culture Center, and his wife, Nagiba, are interviewed about the New York Police Department's surveillance of the Muslim community in Newark, New Jersey. (AP/Charles Dharapak)

What We’ve Learned Since 9/11

In order to make our world safer, we need to focus on factual evidence and real threats rather than target entire communities because of their ethnicity or religion.

Sally Steenland

Attacks on Muslim American Houses of Worship on the Rise Article

Attacks on Muslim American Houses of Worship on the Rise

Acts of violence against Muslim Americans and their houses of worship have increased, especially in the weeks since Ramadan began this year.

Jack Jenkins

Anti-Islam Zealots Undermine American Values Article

Anti-Islam Zealots Undermine American Values

Members of the Islamophobia network in the United States are behind the anti-Islam video that sparked the protests in the region and the deaths in Libya.

Matthew Duss

The 9/11 Generation Article
Smoke pours off one of the towers of the World Trade Center as flames explode from the second one as it is struck by a plane Tuesday, September 11, 2001. (AP/Chao Soi Cheong)

The 9/11 Generation

Eleni Towns examines how the Millennial generation was affected by 9/11.

Eleni Towns

Combating Islamophobia in Florida Article

Combating Islamophobia in Florida

Muhammed Malik talks to Eleni Towns about his recent success defeating Florida’s anti-immigrant racial profiling bill.

Eleni Towns

Understanding Sharia Law Report
Muslim Americans and supporters rally in the rotunda of the Illinois State Capitol during Illinois Muslim Action Day in Springfield, Wednesday, March 9, 2011. (AP/Seth Perlman)

Understanding Sharia Law

Wajahat Ali and Matt Duss explain why Sharia, or Islamic religious law, is not the threat conservatives claim it is.

Wajahat Ali, Matthew Duss

Setting the Record Straight on Sharia Article

Setting the Record Straight on Sharia

Sally Steenland interviews Boston College Law School professor Intisar Rabb about what Sharia law is—and what it isn't.

Sally Steenland

Congressional Hearings May Inflame Islamophobia Article
According to Rep. Peter King, 80 percent of mosques in this country are controlled by radical imams—including the Long Island mosque in his district that he regularly used to visit. (AP/Harry Hamburg)

Congressional Hearings May Inflame Islamophobia

Scheduled House hearings on conservative charges of “radicalized Muslims” in Muslim-American mosques could inflame an already dangerous trend of Islamophobia in America.

Sally Steenland

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