The National Review’s Jonah Goldberg, in response to his magazine’s inference to “nuke Mecca,” lays it on thicker. Read more

A new book chronicles the adjustment of Muslim refugees to life in America. Read more

This week’s Arab and Iranian Film Festival in Seattle joins others in the post-9/11 cultural landscape. Read more

You wouldn’t think so, but conversion to Islam in Europe is up since 9/11, especially among women. Read more

Prince Talal bin Abdulaziz, among others, is trying once more to bring reform to the Saudi establishment. Read more

Always at the center of controversy, Shaykh Hisham Kabbani makes new enemies with another accusation of extremism. Read more

The “intellectualization” of Islam-bashing, one writer argues, has nothing to do with Islam and everything to do with publicity. Read more

A mayor who lost an election for standing up with Muslims is recognized by the Kennedy Library Foundation. Read more

The sentencing of a woman to death by stoning is causing Nigerians to rethink the implementation of sharia. Read more

In an exclusive interview with AMILA and the San Jose Mercury News, Lt. Abuhena Saiful-Islam gives an insight into the paradox of Camp X-Ray. Read more

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