“Army Rangers killed her parents. A Marine is raising her in America. But her Afghan family says she was taken under false pretenses.”
After interviewing 30 Muslim women about their experiences being harassed and excluded from places in America for wearing modest swimwear, Rowaida Abdelaziz shares the experiences of a few, who defiantly continue to swim in their burkinis.
Attempting civil discourse in a polarizing time.
In Australia, cupcakes are deployed to wage holy war against halal meat.
Although a lot about Donald Trump seemed antithetical to conservative Christianity, he got a larger percentage of the Evangelical vote than Bush, Sr., Reagan, or Carter. Why?
“This year, once Nowruz announced itself to me, I wanted to forget it.”
A personal essay by Iranian-born novelist Porochista Khakpour about her apprehension and lack of excitement about Nowruz, the Persian New Year, at a time when it feels unsafe to be of Muslim heritage in America.