4/27/2007 2:03 PM ET
Neil MacFarquhar on a Muslim community in Lodi that was home to a man convicted of providing material support for terrorism: "The tide of fear rolled in and has never quite receded..." Fear of the ...
4/25/2007 1:25 PM ET
They were happier under Saddam? "But the Adhamiya wall...has fast become a metaphor for the cumulative resentment that Iraqis feel about the violence and disruption of daily life that have brought ...
4/19/2007 4:15 PM ET
Don't blame radical Muslims for the execution-style killings of three Christians in Turkey: "Turkish authorities detained five men for questioning, three 19-year-olds and two 20-year-olds; the ...
4/17/2007 4:34 PM ET
Andrea Elliott and her editor hope their Pulitzer Prize winning series on a Muslim imam in Brooklyn "helped open...doors" and remove bricks from the "wall of hatred" erected against Muslims in ...
4/16/2007 1:23 PM ET
Op-ed contributor James Zumwalt does what the Times hadn't, laying out complaints made by fellow airline passengers of suspicious behavior by six Muslim leaders.
3/28/2007 3:04 PM ET
Was Australian David Hicks, who pled guilty to providing material support to a terorrist organization, just "another Westerner in search of meaning"?
3/22/2007 12:59 PM ET
Helene Cooper uses some loaded language.
3/19/2007 11:17 AM ET
Reporter Neil MacFarquhar avoids the controversial accusations about the "Islamic civil rights group" CAIR, while suggesting its critics are motivated by hatred and McCarthyism.
2/27/2007 3:49 PM ET
Today's tragic incident answers the question, but the Times was puzzled in this morning's paper.