Results related to “Muslim”
by Seth Freed Wessler on August 29 2012, 9:34AM
A program that was meant to make New York City “safer” from would-be terrorists has proven to be an abysmal failure. But city officials aren’t budging.
by Jorge Rivas on February 24 2012, 6:15PM
The New York Police Department has secretly been conducting surveillance on Muslims in New Jersey and they have done it with the permission of the governor’s office — granted in 2005 by former Gov. Richard Codey.
by Jorge Rivas on November 4 2011, 12:21PM
Nailah Lymus takes a unique approach to faith and fashion.
Topics: Arts & Culture
by Jamilah King on October 25 2011, 10:00AM
Back in 2004, FBI Special Agent Bill Shute set out to prove a point. A self-described “visual learner,” Shute thought that if you took arrest data from court records and local police and dumped it into Microsoft mapping software, you…
Topics: National Security
by Jorge Rivas on October 10 2011, 12:59PM
The Muslim workers who drove airport shuttles for Hertz at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport were suspended Friday.
by Jorge Rivas on August 25 2011, 4:36AM
In a bombshell investigation, the AP uncovers an NYPD spying ring that would put the CIA and FBI to shame.
Topics: Criminal Justice
by Shani O. Hilton on July 26 2011, 9:50AM
While the New York Republican begins another round of Muslim scapegoating, the attacks in Oslo show how easy it is for the American media to jump to conclusions.
Topics: National Security
by Jamilah King on March 3 2011, 1:32PM
David Yerushalmi doesn’t just hate Muslims. He hates everyone who’s not white.
by Channing Kennedy on January 31 2011, 5:45PM
Like Arizona’s infamous Latino-targeting SB 1070, NSEERS is less a law than a reason to make arrests.
by Michelle Chen on September 8 2010, 10:00AM
Iraqi women are left holding up half the sky in the midst of a ravaged political and economic landscape.
by Jamilah King on August 31 2010, 5:21PM
The Utah lawmaker notes that Muslims were killed on 9/11, too.
Topics: Mosque Mania
by Naima Ramos-Chapman on August 16 2010, 5:45PM
For high schoolers, observing the holy month is about being practical, not overtly political.
Topics: Schools & Youth
by Michelle Chen on June 10 2010, 12:15PM
With the Tea Party making inroads in primaries across the country, you might think the rabid outbursts and vapid sloganeering are a peculiarly American phenomenon. But in fact, Thursday’s elections in the Netherlands show that the U.S. has no monopoly…
by Michelle Chen on June 7 2010, 12:02PM
Besieged by media attacks and riven by internal conflicts, Muslim American communities have been wrestling with an identity crisis for years now. The latest slew of “homegrown terrorism” allegations has prompted the Obama administration to show that it’s at least…