Brian Catlos offers a nuanced corrective to the competing histories of Islamic rule.
Gabriel Said Reynolds puts the two sacred texts into respectful, honest conversation.
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What counts as fundamentalism? David Harrington Watt and Sathianathan Clarke give contrasting answers.
Groups are meeting growing interest through efforts such as Friday prayers in Spanish and #TacoTrucksatEveryMosque events to break Ramadan fasting.
Kahf turns the stories of biblical and Qur'anic women to see their many facets.
Muslim women’s clothing reveals—and shapes—culture, politics, and piety.
Both Amir Hussain and Eboo Patel model interfaith bridge-building in their writing.
“According to Islam, Jesus always speaks the truth. The question is how we understand it.”
How can I help reform Islam? I can’t even make it to prayers.
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“It’s one thing to say you support a two-state solution. It’s another thing to go to Israel and study Judaism.”
The United States has been engaged for decades in a seemingly endless series of wars and military operations.
There’s some good news amid the gloom of global terrorism—namely, the little-known world of wasatiyya, or centrist, Islam.