Islam In America
April 2013 Archives

Marc Fisher, writing in The Washington Post, has penned a thoughtful narrative of the Tsarnaev family’s life in the United States. Most interesting, perhaps, is the differing experiences of the two brothers, Ruslan and Anzor (the latter being the father […]

“She Who Tells a Story” introduces the pioneering work of twelve leading women photographers from Iran and the Arab world: Jananne Al-Ani, Boushra Almutawakel, Gohar Dashti, Rana El Nemr, Lalla Essaydi, Shadi Ghadirian, Tanya Habjouqa, Rula Halawani, Nermine Hammam, Rania […]

Check out the discussion going on here. In this writer’s opinion, if the purpose of the hijab is “female modesty”, it should not be worn in non-Muslim majority countries precisely because it calls extra attention to the wearer — which […]

Suhaib Webb and Scott Korb, writing in today’s New York Times point out what many of us know: “radicalization does not happen to young people with a strong grounding in the American Muslim mainstream.” Bottom line? “The American Muslim community […]

“I would like our community to take responsibility for how it is that we — yes, we — have allowed an interpretation of Islam to prevail in this world that turns this boy of innocence into a bomber and murderer,” […]

The New York Times has a poignant editorial about immigrant children in today’s issue. “Taking in what Emma Lazarus called the ‘wretched refuse’, including asylum seekers like the Tsarnaev brothers, without providing a scaffold of support undermines the promise of […]

Both Feiz Mohammad and Ismail Menk are among the Islamists “favorited” by Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev. You can find out more here: “Meet the Muslims Quoted and Cited and Favorited…”

Media sources have identified the suspects in the bombing at the Boston Marathon as brothers with the last name of Tsarnaev: Dzhokhar, 19, and Tamerlan, 26. Unfortunately for us, they’re Muslim Americans, children of Chechen parents who immigrated to the […]

Guilty until proven innocent! There’s absolutely no indication that a Muslim, American or otherwise, detonated explosives in Boston.

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