‘A Cup of Tea’ with Daisy Khan, Muslim Feminist
#MosqueMeToo Gives Muslim Women A Voice About Sexual Misconduct At Mecca
Westchester woman writes book to break misconceptions about Islam
An Analytical Report Addresses Islamophobia And Extremism In The US
The smashers of Mary’s images are acting more against statues than against her. Mary is considered sacred around the Muslim world.
Sufism and Why ISIS Attacks It
After New York City attack, ‘let us not fall into their trap of fear and terror’
In a 2015 national online survey of American Muslims conducted by the Women’s Islamic Initiative in Spirituality & Equality I lead, 89% of respondents said that future counter-terrorism efforts must emphasize community engagement.
Jews and Muslims are natural allies against religious discrimination
Muslim women assure they don’t need saving.
Daisy Khan discusses NYC's second annual "Today, I Am a Muslim Too" Rally
Daisy Khan discusses how the hysterical campaign to stigmatise US Muslims poses a far greater threat than radicalisation to America's civic union
More's Editor-in-Chief Lesley Jane Seymour and Daisy Khan discuss the current crisis in Egypt on MSNBC's Morning Joe
Abdul-Rehman Malik and Daisy Khan spoke to Tony Jones about the roots of, and remedies for, violent extremism
Daisy Khan, Sr. Joan Chittister Talk Women in Leadership From Interfaith Perspectives
Daisy Khan wants to teach people that Islam is not everything that’s seen on TV.
Daisy Khan and Rabbi Joy Levitt speak to Christiane Amanpour about the experiences of American Muslims and the importance of interfaith work
“I Fear for My Country”: Muslim Leader Daisy Khan on Opposition to Ground Zero Mosque and Others Nationwide
Daisy Khan Speaks Out Against Paris Attacks
Daisy Khan Responds to Muslim ID Controversy on MSNBC