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Nationalists 1st: Trump, Charlottesville, and racists

Nationalists 1st: Trump, Charlottesville, and racists

Donald Trump successfully drew on the many success stories of right-wing populist parties in Europe to win the elections and become president of the United States of America. He used a slogan that...

The (sexual) Inferiority Complex of White Supremacists: Charlottesville and the Call for ‘White Sharia’

The (sexual) Inferiority Complex of White Supremacists: Charlottesville and the Call for ‘White Sharia’

“In a racist society it is not enough to be non-racist. We must be anti-racist” is a quote from the lifelong and famous anti-racist activist scholar Angela Davis[1]. While many Americans think that...

What If Charlottesville Protesters Were Black Muslims?

What If Charlottesville Protesters Were Black Muslims?

If you do not believe that there is a “white privilege” double-standard in America today, the only thing that you need to ask yourself in the aftermath of the Charlottesville protests is the...

When anti-Semitism and Islamophobia join hands

When anti-Semitism and Islamophobia join hands

There was probably a time when the current leader of the Hungarian conservative party, Fidesz, Viktor Orban, was quite grateful to George Soros. Back in 1988, as a 25-year-old fresh law graduate, he...

Mosque Bombed & Trump Doesn’t Care

Mosque Bombed & Trump Doesn’t Care

Let us imagine if we woke up one fine Sunday morning to hear the news of a bombing at a Minnesota church full of white blond-haired parishioners preparing to begin their morning prayers. If that hypothetical scenario...

Georgetown Welcomes Farid Hafez as Senior Research Fellow

Georgetown Welcomes Farid Hafez as Senior Research Fellow

The Bridge Initiative at Georgetown University announced today that Dr. Farid Hafez will join the Alwaleed Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding as a Senior Research Fellow where he will research and write about Islamophobia and its...

Black Muslim Psychology Conference: On Islamophobia and Anti-Blackness

Black Muslim Psychology Conference: On Islamophobia and Anti-Blackness

On July 21-22, 2017, the Muslim Wellness Foundation organized the 3rd Annual Black Muslim Psychology Conference (BMPC). This year’s theme was “Leading with Compassion.” The conference “explored the role of leaders in facilitating...

Have You Ever Heard Someone Say This About Muslims?

Have You Ever Heard Someone Say This About Muslims?

In our new video, we debunk the narrative told by anti-Muslim groups, and help you identify Islamophobic stories.

Pew Study: U.S. Muslims Feel Unwelcome Yet Hopeful

Pew Study: U.S. Muslims Feel Unwelcome Yet Hopeful

There can be little debate that the election of Donald Trump has disparately impacted millions of women, Latinos, people with disabilities, the LGBT community and many more. Additionally, there are millions of American...

Georgetown Welcomes Arsalan Iftikhar as Senior Research Fellow

Georgetown Welcomes Arsalan Iftikhar as Senior Research Fellow

The Bridge Initiative at Georgetown University announced today that Arsalan T. Iftikhar will join the Alwaleed Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding as a Senior Research Fellow where he will research and write about Islamophobia...

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