Study Shows The U.S. Attracts An Elite Muslim And Hindu Population

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Reporter's Notebook: What It Was Like As A Muslim To Cover The Election

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A subway ride hammers home the reality that many Muslims face: While they fear being hurt by terrorists and vigilantes, others see them as a threat. Ashley Mackenzie for NPR hide caption

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Muslim 'Twoness': Fearful Of Some, Feared By Others

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Verona is a one-stop shop for original and stylish conservative wear, filling a long-term void in the fashion industry. Lisa Vogl/Verona Collection hide caption

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In Orlando, A 'Modest Fashion' Boutique For Hijabi Women

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People gather for a demonstration Saturday in the Queens borough of New York, near a crime scene after the leader of a New York City mosque and an associate were fatally shot as they left afternoon prayers. Craig Ruttle/AP hide caption

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Fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad is set to become the first U.S. athlete to compete in the Olympics while wearing a hijab. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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An American Muslim Fencer Lunges Into U.S. Olympic History In Rio

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A Muslim faithful woman sits as she attends a Mass in tribute to priest Jacques Hamel at the Saint-Leu Saint-Gilles Bagnolet's Church, near Paris on Sunday. Thomas Samson /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Young people from Husseini Islamic Center in Sanford, Fla., visit a makeshift memorial at the Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts on Tuesday in Orlando. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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How LGBTQ People Of Color Are Dealing With Orlando: Code Switch Podcast, Episode 4

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Mourners gather outside of the iconic New York City gay and lesbian bar the Stonewall Inn to light candles, lay flowers and grieve for those killed in Orlando last evening on June 12, 2016. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Muhammad Ali is remembered as a great athlete and humanitarian — and also as an incisive, defiant black leader. He died Friday at age 74. Chris Ratcliffe/Getty Images hide caption

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A Defiant Muhammad Ali Was Cherished By Black Men

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Sadiq Khan, whose Pakistani father was a bus driver in London for more than 25 years, has been elected mayor. He is the city's first Muslim mayor. Frank Augstein/AP hide caption

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Playwright Ismaël Saïdi speaks to a mostly-Muslim students at a school in the Brussels district of Laeken, where two suicide-bombers grew up. Teri Schultz for NPR hide caption

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In Tough Brussels District, School Urges Students To Fight Intolerance

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A group of young Muslim friends in Washington, D.C., meets occasionally to support each other in their work and discuss the struggles their community faces. Brandon Chew/NPR hide caption

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This Is Our Islam: To Be Young, Devout And Muslim In America Today

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Average Mohamed is using cartoons to counter the extremist message of groups like ISIS. Average Mohamed/YouTube hide caption

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Taking On The Appeal Of ISIS, With Cartoons

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