Tag: Islamophobia

Islamophobia in the United States

The reality is that many Americans fear what they do not know. Only 38% of Americans claim to know aIslamophobia in the United States Muslim, yet Muslims are viewed the most negatively out of any faith group in the country, including Atheists.[vi] Statistics vary, but the Muslim population in America hovers somewhere between 0.5% and 2%.[vii] This is a staggeringly small percentage, considering the amount of time and energy certain media outlets and conservative groups spend convincing the country that the creep of Islamic Sharia law in America is d….MORE:  georgetownsecuritystudiesreview

 

14 ways you can fight Islamophobia

Islamophobia is real. You may have personally experienced it or know a family member, friend orGood and Evil deeds are not alike. Requite evil with good, and he who is your enemy will become your dearest friend. But none will attain this save those who endure with fortitude and are greatly favored by God. (Quran 41: 34-35) acquaintance who has. This new racism must be made known and fought against. Here are a couple of ways to combat this phenomenon:…more: soundvision

 

Jewish Group Stands with Muslim Community: Commits to Continue to Challenge Islamophobia

  In light of the current climate of rampant Islamophobia, we at Jewish Voice for Peace were disgusted to learn that anti-Muslim hate groups have called for a “Global Rally for Humanity” outside at least 20 mosques and Islamic centers across the country on October 9-10. These proposed rallies–designed to “take back the Republic,” and in which some of the organizers are encouraging participants to exercise their “constitutional right” to bear arms–are part of a virulent campaign of violent and racist intimidation targeted at Muslims…MORE: JEWISHVOICEFORPEACE.ORG

American Muslims should fight Islamophobia in 2016 elections

The American Muslim condition is paradoxical. Muslims in the U.S. live in the best of circumstances and the worst of times.American Muslims should fight Islamophobia in 2016 elections Most tend to be mainstream, moderate and middle class. They are educated and are well integrated into American society. In fact, they are seen as a model for European countries to emulate. But American Muslims also live in a sociopolitical climate in which Islamophobia is …more: /america.aljazeera