Being Muslim in the US

Category: Americas, Featured, Life & Society, Videos Topics: Hate, Islamophobia Views: 910
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Dr. Dalia Fahmy discusses what it is like to be a Muslim in the US with Sami Zeidan. What form of discrimination are Muslims facing? How is islamophobia being used for political gain? And is there a role for Muslims to play in combating islamophobia?

Dr. Dalia Fahmy is an associate professor of political science at Long Island University. She is well-published on the effects of Islamophobia on US foreign policy and American identity in politics. She is also a prominent personality speaking out against prejudice and islamophobia in the US and beyond.

Sami Zeidan is a principal presenter at Al Jazeera English. This episode is produced in partnership with the Islam and Muslims Initiative, an international platform that connects Muslims and non-Muslims in the realms of religion, politics, business, media, academia, and civil society.


  Category: Americas, Featured, Life & Society, Videos
  Topics: Hate, Islamophobia
Views: 910

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