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Living With Islamophobia – Imam Afroz Ali Radio Interview

Living With Islamophobia – Imam Afroz Ali Radio Interview After 9/11, Muslims all over the world have had to deal with Islamophobia, a condition that has arisen from fear of terrorism and misunderstanding of the religion. We discuss the root of these misperceptions and the best ways to address it with Afroz Ali, founder of Al-Ghazzali [...]

Video: Capacity Building for Dealing with Islamophobia

A video presentation by Imam Afroz Ali from the SeekersGuidance webinar on Islamophobia. July 23, 2011.

Sh. Hamza Yusuf: Islamophobia Production and Re-Defining Global “Security” Agenda for the 21st Century – Video

Sh. Hamza Yusuf: Islamophobia Production and Re-Defining Global “Security” Agenda for the 21st Century   An important lecture by Shaykh Hamza Yusuf on Islamophobia, at University of California, Berkeley, Boalt Law School.    

Beyond Flak Attack: A New Engagement with the Newsroom – Tabah Foundation

Beyond Flak Attack: A New Engagement with the Newsroom – Tabah Research – Tabah Foundation This essay, by Ustadh Nazim  Baksh, is written for Muslim activists and scholars who are alarmed at today’s headlines and would like to engage the mass media in the hope of balancing its predominantly negative reporting with positive stories pertaining [...]

Ground Zero and the ‘S-word’

Ground Zero and the ‘S-word’ by Matthew J. Cressler The vitriol around the planned construction of an Islamic cultural center in Lower Manhattan demonstrates our society’s inability to communicate about critical issues. The proposed Cordoba House was a local issue defended passionately by Mayor Michael Bloomberg that quickly transformed into a cause célèbre, soliciting the [...]

Shaykh Hamza Yusuf on Rising Anti-Muslim Sentiment – AlJazeera

Shaykh Hamza Yusuf on Rising Anti-Muslim Sentiment – AlJazeera

USC Program Helps to Train Young Muslim Leaders

USC Program Helps to Train Young Muslim Leaders February 18, 2011  Mike O’Sullivan | Los Angeles A group of young women leaders discuss key issues at the University of Southern California’s American Muslim Civic Leadership Institute, February 2011 A new generation of Muslim American leaders is emerging in the United States. And a project at [...]

What is the Shariah? A Path to God, a Path to Good – Faraz Rabbani

What is the Shariah? A Path to God, a Path to Good by Faraz Rabbani   “For each We have appointed a divine law and a traced-out way. Had God willed, He could have made you one community. But that He may try you by that which He has given you. So vie one with [...]

Objections to Mosques in the United States – ISPU

“Not In Our Neighborhood”: Managing Opposition to Mosque Construction Author : Kathleen E. Foley Type Of Publication : Reports Date : Oct. 01, 2010 Download : Download the Full Report (PDF) Opposition to mosque-building did not begin with the furor over the Islamic center intended for lower Manhattan, but that event demonstrated the increased vitriol [...]

When You’re a Statistic – Shaykh Hamza Yusuf

When You’re a Statistic – Shaykh Hamza Yusuf Shaykh Hamza Yusuf, a leading American Muslim scholar, argues that American Muslims need to wake up and realize how Islam is being systematically distorted in American consciousness. Drawing on his extensive experience he exposes long-ignored areas of concern and begins to discuss ways to potentially reverse this [...]