religious liberty

The baffling argument that has become mainstream under Trump: ‘Islam is not a religion’

Anxiety and fear were palpable among American Muslims last week after the mass slaughter in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand: Would a violent attacker enter their mosque, too? But even in their moment of vulnerability, one lawmaker insisted Muslims were the “real cause of bloodshed.” Fraser Anning, a senator…

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Alumna Speaks of Religious Freedom at Home and Abroad at Forum Hosted by University of Miami College of Arts & Sciences

From the University of Miami News Archives: Before University of Miami College of Arts & Sciences alumna Asma Uddin, ’02, began her speech addressing the complex topic of religious freedom, Dr. David Kling, Professor and Chair of the University of Miami College of Arts & Sciences’ Department of Religious Studies,…

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Asma Uddin: First Amendment, religious freedom and national security

From the Covering Islam in the Bible Belt conference at Vanderbilt University, hosted by the Middle Tennessee University School of Journalism In this session, Asma Uddin led a discussion on First Amendment rights and national security concerns from a legal perspective. A summary will be posted here soon. Asma Uddin…

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