After another massacre, readers urge not only gun control but also addressing domestic terrorism. Also: A Covid death; lawmakers need to govern; Republican contortions.
Calling out racism is part of the work, not all of it. After you get rid of the things you don’t like, you need to build the things you do.
During the Muslim holy month, there is a strong focus on helping others.
At America’s northernmost mosque, in Anchorage, nightly potlucks will let Muslims celebrate iftar together over foods from around the globe.
The Senate candidate’s Turkish background has emerged as a focus of David McCormick’s attacks in Pennsylvania’s G.O.P. primary.
She changed the Israeli-Palestinian debate in Congress by reminding her colleagues of the human stakes. It’s a burden she would rather not carry.
A conservative Republican accused Ilhan Omar, the sponsor of a House bill to combat anti-Muslim bias, of terrorist sympathies.
Simmering tensions between the far-right flank and more traditional conservatives burst into the open on Tuesday, while Republican leaders stayed silent.
Second-generation Yemeni entrepreneurs in Brooklyn want to reclaim their role as the purveyors of the original specialty coffee.
A 7-year-old told her mother that she resisted a New Jersey teacher’s attempt to pull off her Muslim head covering. It spiraled from there.
“I watched the generation that was silenced and then I watch a new generation coming up now that is fearless,” one activist said.
There are no memorials or exhibits on U.S. soil to honor the hundreds of thousands of foreigners killed in the war on terror.
After the attacks, American culture became one of prohibitions. Then the Iraq War made it difficult to address Sept. 11 on its own terms.
The legacy of the 2001 attacks for Muslim Americans remains fraught, a story of struggle and of determination.
Terry Albury, an idealistic F.B.I. agent, grew so disillusioned by the war on terror that he was willing to leak classified documents — and go to prison for doing it.
The judge, Zahid N. Quraishi of New Jersey, said after his selection by President Biden, “Candidly, I would prefer to be the hundredth, if not the thousandth.”
The plaintiff, a Lebanese-American, says he was barred from flying after refusing to become an F.B.I. informant.
With widespread immunity essential to ending the pandemic, priests, imams, rabbis and swamis are successfully urging their congregations to get the shots. Many people trust them more than they trust health officials.
For a handful of cultures across the globe, the Arab world among them, these distinct blankets deliver not only an impossibly warm, soft hug but a great sense of belonging.
Iram Parveen Bilal’s “I’ll Meet You There” depicts a parent who supports his daughter’s dream. The filmmaker’s own parents weren’t as sure about her passion.
Prosecute the Capitol rioters. But new antiterrorism laws could end up targeting people of color.
Few foreigners welcomed President Biden’s election victory as enthusiastically as the tens of thousands of Muslims who have been locked out of the United States for the past four years.
Ola Salem’s body was found in a Staten Island park last year. Her father said she had talked about being followed on the highway.
Prosecutors said Michael Hari had helped to bomb the Dar Al Farooq Islamic Center in Bloomington in 2017 to try to terrorize Muslims and scare them into leaving the country.
Bamba Sama left a lasting impression on Khrehaan Ebah, who was having lunch two years ago at a TGI Fridays, where Mr. Sama was the general manager.
It’s not hard to imagine how conservatives would smear her religious beliefs.
Nearly 30 years after arriving from Morocco, after building a life and family here, I still hear: “Go back home!”
Detectives hope that a chilling picture of people in dark hoods and white masks leads them to those who set fire to a house this month, killing five members of a Senegalese family.
All I could think about was how quickly the first 40 years of my life had flown by and how nothing was guaranteed ahead.
At Miss Muslimah USA, a pageant for young Muslim women, the complexity of modesty is on full display.
Nuisance abatement laws force stores in low-income neighborhoods to operate almost as an arm of law enforcement.
He refuses to be the perfect ambassador for Muslims. It’s refreshing.
Even positive portrayals of Muslim Americans after 9/11 seemed burdened with a responsibility to explain and defend. But that burden is starting to be cast off.
Zoom calls and socially distant food drives have replaced family gatherings and community prayers.
The police said the fire, at the Islamic Center of Cape Girardeau in Missouri, was being investigated as possible arson.