News and Analysis (9/8/17)

Even in Morocco, fighting the equation of Judaism with Israel’s oppression of the Palestinians can be an uphill battle:

The government accuses Muslims of “burning their own villages. But the BBC’s South East Asia correspondent … says he saw a Muslim village that had just been set on fire, apparently by a group of Rakhine Buddhists”:

The court ruled “that those who have relationships with a resettlement agency should be exempt … [as should]  grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins of legal U.S. residents”:

A report on how “the legalized othering of Muslim communities across the nation … has been established, and continues to expand … by fabrications, lies, and intentionally misconstrued information’:

“A dope lyric over a tight beat? That’s like an ayah.” Why “hip-hop holds such a special place for many American Muslims”:

“Suddenly it’s OK to be openly xenophobic” in China; a threatened boycott forces a company to drop its halal option on a food-ordering app:

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