Hadia Mubarak

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Ramadan Etiquette Guide: How to be a Non-Muslim During the Holy Month

A couple of simple rules that will make the Ramadan fast a little easier on your Muslim colleague.

One year after Cairo: Young Muslim Americans the new beginning

On June 4, 2009, President Obama gave a speech at Cairo University. The President said he had come to Cairo … Continued

Interfaith? How about INTRAfaith?

At the end of this past school year, the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs at Georgetown held … Continued

The Most Important Voice in the Middle East

I’ve been taking an informal survey of the audiences I speak to in America. How many of you have heard … Continued

First Question on 9/11

After Hendi’s prayer, Newsweek editor Jon Meacham welcomed everyone to the program and made introductions. Then Georgetown’s Dr. John Esposito, … Continued

Want to Come to the Discussion on Islam?

Join us at 4 p.m. today at Georgetown/On Faith’s symposium on “What it Means to be Muslim in America. The … Continued

Got Questions? We’ll Try to Get Answers

What does it mean to be Muslim in America? Is the answer political? Social? Cultural? Spiritual? On Faith is going … Continued

Books Recommended by Sally Quinn and John Esposito

“The Face Behind the Veil” by Donna Gehrke-White. “Islam, The Straight Path” by John Esposito. “Caucasus: A Journey to the … Continued

Hadia Mubarak’s Book List

“What Everyone Needs to Know About Islam” by John Esposito. “The Great War for Civilization: The Conquest of the Middle … Continued

Lisa Miller’s Book List

–“American Islam: The Struggle for the Soul of a Religion” by Paul M. Barrett. –“Islam: Past, Present and Future” by … Continued

Assimilation is Not a Disappearing Act

Opening Statement from Hadia Mubarak: “So, where are you from?” sounds as familiar to my ears as the crashing of … Continued

Hadia Mubarak: Student of Two Worlds

Hadia Mubarak has felt like an outsider here in America, where she was born, and in the Middle East, where … Continued