Uyghur Muslims in America turn to activism—putting pressure on the NBA and its sponsors—to help their fellow Uyghurs in China
In North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains, Muslim refugees from Afghanistan find a place to feel safe—and to pray
The last four years saw unprecedented civic participation by and social acceptance of American Muslims
Pascal Bruckner’s ‘brave and necessary’ new book examines how Muslims came to be known as victims of the West
The Tri-Faith Initiative brings together a synagogue, a church, and a mosque, with a promise to build bridges between them
How to fight Europe’s centuries-old hatred of everything that is different: dialogue, unity, power in numbers
When I took my mother back to the house where she grew up, we made an unexpected connection
The New York Times opposes women-only swimming hours for Orthodox Jews, but the paper has been silent on the same accommodations for Muslim women
The plight of an oppressed people in Myanmar
Even Charles Koch sees Trump’s plan to register Muslims in the U.S. for what it is
As Jews leave Cochin, Muslim neighbors and friends tend to what remains of their heritage in India
Iran, Iraq, Gaza, Israel, Shia, Sunni, Muslim, Jew
Why aren’t more non-Muslim feminists decrying violence against women in Muslim-majority countries?
Muhammad Abdul Yassin has worked in Mumbai’s Jewish cemetery for more than 40 years. Now he’s passing the chisel to his sons.
In Lahore a Facebook group dedicated to atheists and agnostics serves a silent minority in the world’s other religious nation-state
Two decades ago, Jewish leaders in Borough Park and Williamsburg built a new constituency. Can Muslims do the same?
Days after being stabbed in a Tel Aviv café, my African student remains determined to learn the Aleph-Bet
AP reporters win for series on NYPD spying on Muslims
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