Muslim 9/11 Reflections: Islam In America 10 Years Later

"A Bright Future For American Muslims" by Imam Mohamed Magid

I believe in an America that will overcome these difficult times in the next 10 years and help create a better future for people of all faiths (or people of no faith), be they Christian, Jewish or Muslim. Continue reading ...


"9/11 A Decade Later: The Ironic Impact of Islamophobia" by Sherman Jackson

Ironically, all of this has begun a slow but steady and long overdue process of shifting the Muslim understanding of America and thus of themselves as Muslim-Americans. Continue reading ...


"Islam Was Not Hijacked on 9/11" by Dalia Mogahed

From the very first instant, Muslim American first responders tapped into their spiritual tradition for the courage to risk death so that others may live. Others sought comfort in its values as they grieved for their lost loved ones. Continue reading ...


"The Complexity Of Muslim Identity, 10 Years After 9/11" by Asma Uddin

Muslim Americans feel a sense of urgency to take control of their narrative. My personal attempt at translating this urgency into action is reflected through my work to explore the inherent complexity of gender-and-Islam. Continue reading ...


"Victims Or Villains: Moving Beyond Post-9/11 Narratives" by Rami Nashashibi

My hope is that our efforts are successful in forging a new narrative of American Muslims as transformative, committed and, yes, complicated agents of change, hope and stability. Continue reading ...


"The Quranic Solution to the 9/11 Abomination" by Irshad Manji

Sept. 11 was a twisted way to introduce Islam to most of America. On reflection, though, it might have taken nothing less than a cataclysm for Americans to think about my religion at all. Continue reading ...


"Muslims in America at the 10th Anniversary of 9/11" by Parvez Ahmed

The incessant headlines about violence in the name of Islam have led nearly one in two Americans to erroneously conclude that the faith of Islam is more likely than other religions to encourage violence. Continue reading ...


"5 Myths About American Muslims 10 Years After 9/11" by Engy Abdelkader

While 9/11 thrust the American Muslim community into the center of public attention nearly a decade ago, misinformation regarding this group persists against an alarming back-drop of rising Islamophobia. Continue reading ...

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