Each Muslim-American experience is unique. A new online exhibition has begun the journey to the discovery of all of their stories.
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After the Boston Marathon tragedy, the media gave us false information, in turn perpetuating stereotypes and prejudice against the Muslim American community.
The new pope will need to pick up where Pope Benedict XVI left off, trying to bring the Vatican and Muslim world closer to one another.
Can you name a bridal consultant at Kleinfeld before someone in public office? Considering our culture's obsession with over-the-top, pricey televised weddings, it's unlikely.
In order to fix to reach peace in the Middle East, we need to know it, respect it, and understand it.
Netanyahu will serve for a third term as Israeli Prime Minister but has refused to budge on his settlement policies. Will the peace process move forward in the next four years?
Looking back on his service in war and in Congress, a strong case (and easy) case can be made for the nomination of Chuck Hagel as secretary of defense.
The murder of Sakine Cansiz, Fidan Dogan and Leyla Soylemez, three Kurdish activists in Paris, could derail new peace talks between the Turkish government and the PKK. But it shouldn't.
The speculation rises as Hillary Clinton retires from her post as secretary of state and recovers from a blood clot between her brain and skull.
It's time to have a real conversation about what we're up against. Is it the violence on television and video games, gun control, or mental health care?
A lot of went down in 2012. A lot of it though I prefer not to talk about beyond New Year's.
Morsi's power grab in Egypt brings us back to whether the U.S. will favor democracy or stability in the Middle East.
Superstorm Sandy has reawakened the debate on climate change and what role government will play in fighting it.
After a brief period of what looked like New Jersey could go red, the president took back the historically blue state with 58.8% of the vote. Romney managed 41.9%.
A look inside how Arab American and Muslim voters will cast their ballot on Election Day.
Follow along live for the latest presidential election results from the state of New Jersey.
Obama could have been there for us, not just with words but with actions that bring warmth to our homes and light to our weary faces.
Why do Americans protest for the fall of of oppressive regimes in Egypt and Libya ... but not in Syria, where violence has raged for 17 months and counting.
Garcia, who's received death threats, claims she thought the project was "a historical Arabian Desert adventure film.” The case is reminiscent of "The Third Jihad" NYPD scandal earlier this year.
The “Muslims rage” exists only in the minds of those who want to label an entire people. Newsweek, shame on you.
In the wake of political, economic, and social changes, Muslims in the countries of the Arab Spring welcome the month of Ramadan with an eye on their regimes.
Five Ohio men attempt to blow up a bridge on the anniversary of bin Laden's death. Do you assume they are Muslim? It's time for us to disassociate the ideas of terrorism and religion.
If the mission is to survive, don't do make yourself “suspicious.” Some will take one look at your clothes and see nothing else. Any one of us could get killed today for being Muslim.
The controversy over "All American Muslim" raises questions about freedom of speech and religion.
As Kim Kardashian's divorce suggests, marriage isn't what it used to be. A recent Pew poll confirms that only 30% of young people consider marriage to be important.