Tag Archives: islamophobia

To Sue or Not to Sue, That is the Question: How the JASTA Will Affect US-Arab Relations

By Anonymous Associate Editor, Vol. 22 President Obama recently vetoed Congress’s bill, Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA), which amends the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act. JASTA allows United States (U.S.) citizens to sue foreign governments for compensatory damages as a … Continue reading

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The Right to Bear Arms? Muslim Americans and Second Amendment Rights: Part 1

This piece is the first of a two-part series on Muslim Americans and Second Amendment rights. Read the second post here. By Serena Rabie Associate Editor, Vol. 21 Executive Editor, Vol. 22 The recent shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida has reinvigorated two … Continue reading

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OPINION – Why Muslim Lives Don’t Matter: Before, and Beyond, the Chapel Hill Shooting

By Khaled A. Beydoun Assistant Professor of Law, Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law Irrespective of what rallying cries, signs, or adapted hashtags proclaim – Muslim lives in America don’t matter. The aftermath of the murder of the three Muslim … Continue reading

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