Haroon Moghul, the author of ‘How To Be a Muslim: An American Story,’ on his influences, struggles, and hopes for his new book
By Yair Rosenberg · June 9, 2017
For this Muslim, spending time with Jewish colleagues was just what was needed after the shocking election results
By Yildirim Sivar · November 22, 2016
Why Two Top Muslim and Jewish Groups Joined Forces to Fight Bigotry—And Why Some Are Trying to Stop Them
We can no longer afford to allow differences over Israel-Palestine to prevent us from collaborating on issues of profound import at home.
By Rabia Chaudry · November 21, 2016
To forge a bond that will weather the storms to come, Jews and Muslims must acknowledge and discuss their differences, even as they move forward together
By Amanda Quraishi · November 17, 2016
How This Election, and My Research on Extremism, Underscored for Me the Need for Muslim-Jewish Dialogue
Anti-Muslim bigotry doesn’t occur in a vacuum, and as this election has vividly illustrated, the worldview that animates it ensnares others
By Alejandro Beutel · November 16, 2016
I’ve devoted years to learning about Jews and anti-Semitism. This election showed me I still have more work to do.
By Haroon Moghul · November 15, 2016