The Bridge Initiative publishes podcasts and educational videos on Islamophobia for online dissemination.


20 Sep 2022 | Event

Genocide and the Ongoing Persecution of Rohingya Muslims

Earlier this year, the U.S. government declared Myanmar’s mass killing of the Rohingya Muslim population to be a “genocide”. This designation comes 6 years after the first incidence of mass violence was carried out by Myanmar’s military against the long-persecuted and marginalized community. read the complete article

11 Apr 2022 | Event

Islamophobia in France: 2022 presidential elections and the criminalization of Muslim civil society

In this panel discussion, Bridge Senior Research Fellow Mobashra Tazamal speaks with Rim-Sarah Alouane, Marwan Muhammad, and Dr. Alain Gabon on Islamophobia in France and its Impact on French Muslim civil society. read the complete article

24 Feb 2022 | Event

Innocent Until Proven Muslim

In Innocent until Proven Muslim: Islamophobia, the War on Terror, and the Muslim Experience Since 9/11, Dr. Maha Hilal tells the powerful story of two decades of the War on Terror, exploring how the official narrative has justified the creation of a sprawling apparatus of state violence that is rooted in Islamophobia and excused its worst abuses. read the complete article

13 Mar 2021 | Educational

The Human Cost of Guantanamo Bay

In this conversation,  Nancy Hollander and former Guantánamo detainee, Mohamedou Ould Slahi talk on the human cost of Guantánamo Bay prison. Mohamedou Ould Slahi was detained without charges at the prison for 14 years and 2 months. Nancy Hollander is the criminal defense lawyer who won his release. read the complete article

20 May 2019 | Educational

Sayeeda Warsi/ On Islamophobia & being Muslim in Britain

The Conservative Party in the United Kingdom has been accused of having an Islamophobia problem, as evidence of anti-Muslim comments made by MPs and incidents of anti-Muslim rhetoric continue to pile up. The party has failed to take any considerable action in tackling this issue, as it has ignored calls to carry out a formal inquiry. Additionally, it has not adopted a formal definition of Islamophobia. Mobashra Tazamal talks about all that and more with Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, former Co-Chair of the Conservative Party. read the complete article

30 May 2019 | Educational

Why We Shouldn’t Ask Muslims to Condemn Terrorism / Dr. Todd Green

From Georgetown University, this is Voices on Islamophobia, a podcast by the Bridge Initiative. I’m Hannah Sullivan. When it comes to terrorism, there is no category of individuals who are asked to take collective blame... read the complete article

30 Jun 2021 | Educational

Islamophobia: What Christians Should Know (and Do) about Anti-Muslim Discrimination

In her new book, writer and Catholic scholar of Muslim-Christian relations, Jordan Denari Duffner, examines how Christians have contributed to anti-Muslim prejudice and discrimination, and how the community, using tools rooted in faith, can work to dismantle it. Viewing Islamophobia as both a social justice and a religious freedom issue, Duffner makes the case that Christian faith calls us to combat religious discrimination even when it is not directed toward our own faith community. read the complete article


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