The term “Islamophobia” was first introduced as a concept in the early 1990s as “unfounded hostility toward Muslims, and therefore fear or dislike of all or most Muslims.” This contrived prejudice maintains the idea that Muslim communities and individuals pose a threat, that they are violent and support terrorism, that they cannot adapt to modern ways, and are therefore inferior, and that Islam does not share common values with the rest of the world. Such disinformation creates fear, confusion and polarization that creates great difficulty for the lives of many. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.


I Am a Muslim Ask Me Anything? - Muslim Defends Islam Across America

Amazingly 60% of Americans have never spoken to a Muslim about Islam. With the backdrop of violence and terrorism associated with Islam The Review of Religions team traveled across America touring 6 States over 8 weeks asking the public if they had any questions about Islam.


Exclusive Interview with Sherin Khankan on Denmark's First Female Run Mosque produces this interview with Sherin Khankan.


Female Imams in Copenhagen | DW English

Sherin Khankan is the daughter of a Christian and a Muslim. In 2016 she founded a mosque in central Copenhagen. She wants to challenge the view of Islam as a religion that hates non-believers and combat Islamophobia.


2014 Conference of the Americas - Breakout Session - Daisy Khan

Muslim women leaders at the frontlines of change