Muslims

tech-power

China Is Forcing Tourists to Install Text-Stealing Malware at its Border

The malware downloads a tourist's text messages, calendar entries and phone logs, as well as scans the device for over 70,000 different files.
Joseph Cox
7.3.19
the internet

The Online Lives of British Muslims

We spoke to Hussein Kesvani about his new book, 'Follow Me, Akhi: The Online World of British Muslims'.
Niloufar Haidari
5.30.19
News

Accused New Zealand Shooter Had Canadian Mass Murderer’s Name On Weapon

Images show the names of numerous far-right figures on the weapons involved in the Christchurch mosque shooting, including Quebec mosque murderer Alexandre Bissonnette.
Mack Lamoureux
3.15.19
Culture

Finally, There’s a Bechdel Test for Muslim Representation

The ‘Riz test’ asks Hollywood to chill with the terrorist characters.
Abeer Yusuf
8.28.18
Religion

Young Muslims Talk About Cheating on Ramadan

"We ended up dipping back to her place to watch movies. The devil really looked after me that day."
Mahmood Fazal
5.18.18
immigration

Why Trump's Third Attempt at a Travel Ban Just Might Stick

The president's new, indefinite ban on travel includes non-Muslim-majority countries, which could help it hold up to legal scrutiny.
John Surico
9.26.17
Television

‘The Night Of’ Was a Step Forward, But for Who?

I couldn’t be happier for Riz Ahmed’s Emmy win, but it comes with a caveat.
Noel Ransome
9.26.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Hate Crimes Are on the Rise in America's Biggest Cities, Study Finds

For the first time in more than a decade, the number of hate crimes in the US shot up two years in a row.
Drew Schwartz
9.19.17
politics

How Tabloids Get Away with Islamophobic Front Pages

In the wake of the terror attack outside a mosque, we asked experts how seemingly unethical decisions can be made while hate crime against Muslims is on the rise.
Hannah Ewens
6.20.17
america

American Ex-Pats Explain Why They Quit America

The work / life balance sucks, there are too many guns and thanks to a certain someone now in charge, things are likely to get worse.
Caroline Thompson
6.13.17
immigration

The Muslim Millennial Leading the Anti-Trump Resistance

Murad Awawdeh, a key player behind the protests against the travel ban, was once just another Brooklyn kid getting hassled by cops.
Aviva Stahl
6.7.17
Cookbooks

Meet the Chef Behind the UK's First Ramadan Cookbook

Lina Saad wrote Ramadan Express to provide inspiration for Muslims breaking their fast during the religious period. But she hopes that her Lebanese-inspired recipes will be enjoyed by non-Muslim readers, too.
Salma Haidrani
5.26.17
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