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Article Archive for June 2010

Frankie Martin: What I Learned About America from Visiting 100 Mosques
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As a member of a research team accompanying American University’s Chair of Islamic Studies, Akbar Ahmed, I have visited over 75 US cities and 100 mosques for the book Journey into America: The Challenge of Islam, which is published this month by the Brookings Institution Press.

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Asma Uddin: Seeing the ‘Other’ as American: Moving Past Islamophobia
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Writers, philosophers, professors, and politicians have referred to the United States of America as “a nation founded by immigrants.” This fact can hardly be refuted — especially considering the existence of the term “Native American.” America has dealt with the question and issues resulting from immigration since its birth in the 18th century.