Muslims debunk myths and misunderstandings about Islam.
Alwiya Omar talks about her youth in Zanzibar, Tanzania, and how being a Muslim woman in the U.S. is different than in her home country.
Faiz Rahman, the president of the Bloomington Islamic Center in Indiana walks through the basics of Islam.
Musa Burki, born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana, talks about what it is like to be a Muslim at a Big Ten university: How he answers other students' curious questions; How he fits prayer into his busy grad school schedule; ...
Faiz Rahman, president of the Bloomington Islamic Center, talks about mosques. What happens in a mosque and why? Is everyone welcome? Why do men and women pray separately?
Zaineb Istrabadi talks about celebrating holidays as an immigrant to the United States. She says things are a lot different now than when she first arrived with her family in 1970.
In the first part her talk, Sharia: What it is and what it isn't, Rafia Zakaria explains that there are two meanings of Sharia law.
Faiz Rahman, president of the Bloomington Islamic Center and professor of geography at Indiana University, lays out some of the basics of Islam.
Jamie Tarabay worked as Nation Public Radio's Baghdad Bureau Chief for two years and has for the past decade been covering some of the most high-profile conflict areas in the world. In this video, Tarabay talks about how, as a ...
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