In good faith: Muslim businessman throws his weight behind Trump

By Shahzeb Ahmed He defends Donald Trump in English and Urdu, Pakistan’s national language. “At least the man says what he thinks; at least he’s not merely echoing those that pay him to do so,” says Talat Rashid, his hands gently resting on a small table in one of the trendier restaurants in Chicago’s Chinatown.

Islamic leader stirs Muslims’ links to Democrats

Entrepreneur and leader Imam Abdul Malik Mujahid

By Maryam Saleh His memories of his father behind bars for pro-democracy work in Pakistan planted the seed. The first English phrase he remembers learning is habeas corpus, a legal term rooted in Latin. When his father was filing petitions to challenge his imprisonment, he couldn’t pronounce the word. Now, he laughs, he still struggles […]