Much like Saba Manzoor in the new series “Class,” I was always made to feel like an outsider looking in.
In the wake of two brutal killings, Hindu nationalists in India are mobilising mass protests, platforming anti-Muslim hate speech and calling for boycotts.
The state-backed demolition of Afreen Fatima’s home has come to symbolise the widespread disenfranchisement Muslims are feeling in India right now.
The Taliban condemned the comments calling the spokesperson a “fanatic.”
A new report found that Facebook and other major platforms failed to act on 89% of the anti-Muslim posts reported to them.
“The people who are supposed to protect us are hurting us.”
An obscure dress code is turning colleges into religious battlefields, with young Muslim women facing the brunt in the world’s largest democracy.
Police linked the suspected auction creators to a neo-Nazi-inspired alt-right group that promotes genocide against minorities in India.
The Indian cricket team’s only Muslim player was also massively trolled and called a “traitor” after his team lost to Pakistan.
Even if you're hyperaware that you might be profiled during screenings, it can be hard to know how to push back against Islamophobia in the moment.
“As the crowd got angrier with each passing second, it did cross my mind that they could physically harm, or even kill, me.”
The alleged assault comes a month after a Muslim family was murdered in London, Ontario.