- Beth Steger says her community struggled to accept an Islamic centre opening up at first because of 'fear of the unknown', but meetings and interaction has helped:
- Yad Deen wonders why only Muslims are identified by their religion when there is bad news and why terms like 'Islamist' are used:
- Shahana Siddiqui says ignorance of Islam stems from the religion not being considered a part of American society. She says we need to ask why American society is resistant to Islam:
- Noha Albakri says if we truly understood other races and religions, we would not harbour hate:
- Mike asks, if the Israeli bus ads in the U.S. are protected by the First Amendment, then can pro-KKK or pro-Nazi speech also be displayed in that ad space:
Is Islamophobia on the rise in the U.S.?
- Some say yes:
- Others say it is, and it's not just limited to the U.S.
- Kiriibwa doesn't think Islamophobia exists and that the media has falsely portrayed that it does:
Why is Islamophobia on the rise?