That Republicans focus on the idea of an "Islamic problem" shows us how catastrophically insufficient is their understand of the world
Islamic nations are adamant in protecting the rights of all religions within their borders as an important adherence to their Islamic faith
The war on terror is not a simple matter of "us" versus "them" (radicalized Muslims) when so many of "us" are radicalized Christians
Donald Trump plans to visit Israel at the end of the year, but some in Israel are not happy at the prospect of Trump's presence
Trump is ahead in the Republican presidential race because he spares supporters from having to learn about the subject matter at hand
The media has increasingly called out Trump rhetoric, with the Times calling him a demagogue and Sally Kohn invoking Hitler and fascism
Trump is not alone. Increasingly, Republicans are calling for concentration camps to be built to house Syrian refugees for now
Donald Trump is determined to keep the dream of the Reich alive by registering and identifying Muslims in public with special IDs
A Rhode Island GOP lawmaker wants Syrian refugees placed in internment camps where they would be segregated from the general population.
It is incredibly ironic that the one American ally that vehemently protested and condemned Bush's invasion and occupation of Iraq has now felt the horrific results of terrorists created by Bush's folly in attacking and slaughtering hundreds-of-thousands of innocent Muslims, and creating the Islamic State.
Trump wants to close mosques in order to fight the Islamic State, despite the First Amendment's guarantee of the free exercise of religion
Ben Carson said Sunday that Muslims with nukes tip the world toward the biblical "end of days," not religious fanatics like him
Ben Carson claims the Founding Fathers would have rejected a Muslim president, but their words show him to be a liar
CAIR criticized Carson's claim that a Muslim should not be president and now Carson wants his revenge by revoking its tax-exempt status
Obviously, Carson himself does not subjugate his religious beliefs to the Constitution. No Republican candidate is willing to do that
When Muslims died in a crane collapse, Klingenschmitt said "this is the consequence of their sin when they were really praying to Satan."
The Religious Right had a bad week with Constitution. You wouldn't think people could be this, well, dirt stupid, but they can, and they are
Alisyn Camerota read the "No Religious Test" clause out loud and said, "Carson's belief system violates that part of the Constitution"
Boykin claims "when you hold up a Bible, you need to hold up the Constitution right next to it" and pretend they're the exact same thing
In this book, Daniel Byman explores global jihadism from its beginnings in 1979 to today, from the mujaheddin to the menacing Islamic State