Donald Trump’s election has ushered in a new age of uncertainty for Muslims in America, and brought several questions to the forefront. What will the future hold? Will Muslims be welcome in Trump’s America? What should we make of Barack Obama’s legacy? How can we deal with the hate crimes that have occurred after the election? We at The Islamic Monthly have been following these questions, and this issue features many writers who tackle them head on.
Trump and Muslims: How Far Can He Go?
Donald Trump’s Crusade Against Muslims
For Muslim Immigration Issues, Trump Should Look At Indonesia
AMAL RACHELLE SYED
Making Islam Relevant: The Performative In Islamic Scholars
The Past is Present For American Muslims
American Muslims are Increasingly in the Crosshairs of Violent Militia Extremists
ALEJANDRO BEUTEL AND DARYL JOHNSON, WITH MIMI YU AND ASMA SHAH
Anti-Muslim Sentiment and Right-Wing Populism
Islam On the Banks of the Thames
Not One Class or the Other: Class and Identity Politics
The Religious Root of Conflicts in the Middle East
Will the US Be “Indispensable” to Syria’s Future?
I was Housed, Fed Loved, and Saved in Syria by the Refugees
Trump, Immigration, and the Politics of Deception
MICHAEL VICENTE PEREZ
Canada’s New Age of Rightwing Dog Whistling