As part of ProPublica’s “Documenting Hate” project, Rahima Nasa profiles the wife of a Queens imam who was murdered in 2016. Although there appeared to be no other possible motive, prosecutors failed to try the case as the hate crime it likely was.
Attempting civil discourse in a polarizing time.
A Muslim international student came to New York City, and soon embraced her sexuality and all the cultural challenges it would create.
In Harper’s, Yascha Mounk examines how recent Islamic immigration challenges many Germans’ core idea of their national identity.
Writer Rafia Zakaria reports back on flying while Muslim after the U.S. travel ban.
Lauren Alwan narrates her family’s migration from Syria to California to explore how people’s evolving identities help gain them a foothold in America and create unintentional tensions across generations.
At The Walrus, Nadim Roberts profiles a Canadian imam who is working to counter radicalization with knowledge.