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The Blood-Dimmed Tide Is Turning

It’s our duty to turn the tide — from despair to dignity, from fear to hope, from conflict to peace.

How The Lord’s Prayer Saved a 9/11 Survivor

A retired US. Army colonel’s daily prayer habit provided stability in the midst of the writhing building.

The Power of Powder Puff

I played football because I wanted to be tough. But the gridiron gave me more than bruises.

Grieving in a Sea of Sikhs

At the funeral ceremony in Oak Creek, I felt the Sikh community’s commitment to remain peaceful in the face of violence.

After Sept 11, 2011, focus on the next 10 years

Washington wanted America to stand for something different: The high hope that people could do remarkable things together.

What Have We Learned About Religion Post-9/11?

Some of the world’s most influential religious leaders and thinkers talk about faith in a post-9/11 world.

No ‘Megamosque’ Near Ground Zero

The time for double standards that allow Islamists to behave aggressively toward us while they demand our weakness and submission is over.