The first genocide in Europe since the Holocaust targeted white Europeans. But white supremacists deny it even happened
Haroon Moghul is a commentator, public speaker and fellow in Jewish-Muslim relations at the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America. His most recent book is "How to Be a Muslim: An American Story" (Beacon Press, 2017)
The shameful display of Trump and his Islamophobic advisors chumming it up with the world’s most politically regressive Muslim nation shows U.S. Muslims just don't matter to the so-called Muslim world
As Muslims mark Muhammad's night journey to Jerusalem, competing Jewish and Muslim traditions too often stake claims over the city that deny legitimacy to the other
The secret U.S. Muslim dialogue with Jared Kushner failed. Would coming back for more be masochistic or responsible? Why would the White House even care?
Short-termism endangers Muslim-Jewish alliances facing the Trump administration. What if there's another Gaza or Lebanon war? Will our current compassion and concern for each other survive the onslaught?
He is America's first 'kafir' president: Someone who actively, with malice and ill intent, denies the truth - and with that pretense, insults and undermines us all.
For the sake of Jewish-Muslim coalition building in the age of Trump, let's hope the organization’s unendorsement of the DNC chair candidate isn't its final word.
Before Trump's victory, the racists, anti-Semites, and Islamophobes might have hesitated to say it out loud: 'Go back to your country.' But now, they see it took them all the way to the White House.
Commentators warning of post-election violence seem to have a blind spot to the horrifying Trump-triggered race hate, threats and attacks already here: against American Muslims.
Despite the current American political fashion to assume the faceless unanimity and collective guilt of the world’s Muslims, Islam’s diversity is perfectly expressed by our celebration of New Year’s Day. On several different days.
America is plucking petals off a flower. 'I can trust Islam,' 'I must ban Islam,' 'I like Muslims,' 'I'm afraid of Muslims.' But this election, it's decision time.
Twenty-one years after Srebrenica, the same language pre-empting the slaughter of Muslims - as interlopers, as a fifth column, bent on establishing sharia - is now commonplace in the U.S. and U.K.
Islam rejects homosexuality. But violent homophobia cannot be a necessary consequence.
The newly-elected Mayor of London's victory gives us American Muslims hope that our fellow citizens too will stand up to the anti-Muslim hate waged by Donald Trump.
Have a Muslim grandparent, like Obama? Check. Ever taken Arabic, dipped a pita chip into hummus, tipped an Uber driver, grown a beard, dated a Muslim, accidentally smoked hookah? Deportation's too good for you.
When Donald Trump mused on CNN: 'I think Islam hates us,' he validated a common sentiment among the Republican base. It’s not about Islamic extremism anymore – it’s a general prejudice against anything associated with Islam.
I look at the kids raised here in Brooklyn, who might feel so distant from the world their parents came from: Will they soon be forced to choose between their identities, made to pick sides, split themselves apart?
My religion and my country are implicated in each other’s tragedies: As if a part of my body itself were broken by another part of itself and I can only watch.
Given Trump’s position atop the polls, America’s Jews and Muslims have every reason to cooperate. But many of us are more concerned with excluding and demonizing each other.