Anti-Muslim hate is driven by politics, not faith, but it's preventable, study suggests

The research highlights concrete solutions for combating anti-Muslim hate, explained Dalia Mogahed, director of research for the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, which surveys faith communities regarding Islamophobia in the U.S. "It's pretty clear. Make Muslim friends, learn about Islam, and work toward less bigotry in general."

Survey: Faith groups maintain widespread support for LGBT protection laws

A new report from the Public Religion Research Institute finds that strong majorities within all religious groups, including white evangelicals and Jehovah’s Witnesses, show sustained support for LGBT nondiscrimination policies.

Seventeen years after 9/11, Muslims are still 'presumed guilty'

When people ask Todd Green why Muslims don't condemn terrorism — and they do ask, often — he has a quick response: "Have you ever Googled 'Muslims condemning terrorism'?"

For American Muslims, family border separations are personal

When Imam Arjan Abu Sa'ad turned on the news to see reports of toddlers being pulled from their families and detained in cages after crossing the U.S. border, he was shocked.  "I never thought I would see that in America," he said.