A powerful and captivating film documenting how these brave young girls are forcing their path against the odds.
Few books about religious history generate as much publicity as Reza Aslan’s Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth. An immediate bestseller, it kindled a wildfire of controversy after Fox news host Lauren Green questioned why a Muslim would write a book about Jesus.
When investigative journalist Jeremy Scahill discoveres Anwar Al-Awlaki's name on a kill list for targeted assassination by the US government, he is surprised since Al-Awlaki was an American citizen.
Coming out Wednesday, The Wrong Kind of Muslim is a book the author characterizes as "a call to unite those of all faiths and of no faith in the struggle for universal freedom of conscience."
The best thing about After Earth is that, at just over 90 minutes, it doesn't really stick around long enough to become actively offensive.
As the latest entry of a long-running series, Fast & Furious 6 excels at deepening the characters while also tying together multiple threads from previous films in a way that feels fulfilling even to a newbie.
Growing up in the Bay Area, Zaytuna has been an institution that I've heard of for many years. Founded in 1996 by Shaykh Hamza Yusuf, Zaytuna Institute started off as place that offered classes in Islam to the community, from Arabic to Islamic law and many in between in Hayward, California.
In 2009, Zaytuna Institute, a popular Islamic educational organization that offered classes on Islam and Arabic to the Bay Area community, made its transition to a full-fledged college as led by its founders Shaykh Hamza Yusuf and Imam Zaid Shakir.
Director Mira Nair’s latest film, The Reluctant Fundamentalist, opened the fourth edition of the Doha Tribeca Film Festival last week.
Red Hook Summer finds Spike Lee back in his beloved Brooklyn. The Brooklyn of Do The Right Thing and Crooklyn, which is rapidly vanishing.