"I don't want to be banned. Where would I go?... I'll have to learn how to swim across Lake Erie and sneak into Canada."
I could never let Islamophobia stop me from seeing my country. At the end of the day, I'm an American. If I don't go out and confront the ignorance that tries to take that identity away from me, I'm letting it win.
Has the EU debate incubated a wider politics of hate?
Growing up, I felt I had two distinct incompatible identities. But I found refuge in the music of weirdos like PJ Harvey.
Double or triple minorities, LGBTQ Muslims struggle with discrimination in many forms—and Orlando might make it worse.
Broadly's Diana Tourjee visits New York City's Jackson Heights neighborhood to talk with residents mourning the deadliest shooting in American history.
The Republican nominee's response to the mass shooting in Orlando has been to say "I told you" and insinuate dark things about the president.
Ambreen Razia's play "The Diary of a Hounslow Girl" tackles the stereotype that teenage Muslim girls can't rebel.
Terrorism almost destroyed my life before I was even born.
Khairuldeen Makhzoomi was raving in Arabic about an awesome dinner he'd had, so some passenger reported him for making "threatening comments."
The satirical magazine wrote an editorial that puts ordinary Muslims on the same continuum as terrorists simply because they practice their religion.
The much hated-on superhero flick portrays an ugly, fractured America—one that's familiar to Muslims like me.
Dearborn, Michigan, has been the target of anti-Islamic sentiment since 9/11, but in reality, it is the model of a peaceful community where people of various faiths live alongside one another without conflict.
After I was asked to leave by security for merely standing silently during a Trump event in South Carolina, a video of me went viral, and I was suddenly a subject on conservative talk radio.
With Islamophobic hate crimes up 70 percent in London according to one recent police stat, Khadijah Safari is helping Muslim women fight back.
Watch the trailer for this Friday's episode from season four of our HBO show, airing February 12 at 11 PM.
A report released today found that male converts in the UK are routinely misunderstood by their peers, families, and people within their newly-adopted faith. We spoke to Dalton, a Muslim convert, about his experiences.
How members of America's most feared religion deal with America's craziest political process.
UK schools have considered banning face coverings, but teachers we spoke to said very few girls are wearing them in the first place.
In August 2013, the Swiss town of Bremgarten banned asylum-seekers from the local public pool. Last Friday, Bornheim bei Bonn in Germany did the same thing. This time the events were reported differently.
This past weekend, a group of Syrian refugees was pepper sprayed at a welcome event in Vancouver. The attack follows a long tradition of racism in Canada.
How many hashtag campaigns for tolerance and condemnations of terrorism will it take before people stop blaming all Muslims for violence perpetrated by a few?
British writer Arun Kundnani was invited to debate with two very angry commentators on CNN last week, and it was tough to watch.
Things are very shitty, but at least we're talking about it.