Tag: Talat Hamdani

Muslim American Women Speak Out Against Stereotypes

The role of Muslim Americans—and Muslim American women, in particular—in American culture took center stage last week after Trump questioned why Ghazala Khan, the mother of a U.S. soldier who died in Iraq in 2004, had remained silent as her husband, Khizr Khan, spoke passionately onstage at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

Muslim Americans: Behind the Veil of a Religion Under Attack

“Don’t allow the terror to prevail, don’t let it make us hateful inside, don’t let the anger eat away at us."
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