Muslim Americans face a unique set of challenges that their fellow Americans don’t. We’ll talk with a pair of American Muslims about having to regularly justify their right to even live in the U.S. – and about being associated with those who would harm others in the name of religion. We’ll start the show talking with Khizr Khan, who spoke about the death of his son – U.S. Army Captain Humayun Khan – during the Democratic National Convention last summer. And we’ll continue the conversation with Omar Suleiman, an Irving imam who’s president of the Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research (starts at 14:45).
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