wajahat ali

Half a million people gathered in the nation's capital for the Women's March on Washington. We ask them why they decided to take to the streets and their hopes for the movement.
Half a million people gathered in the nation's capital for the Women's March on Washington. We ask them why they decided to take to the streets and their hopes for the movement.
Our daughter, who is about 3 months old and mostly cheeks, is named Nusayba ("appropriate" or "fitting"). She is named after
At a rally in Bangor, Maine, Wajahat Ali probes the depths of Trump supporters' hatred for Clinton.
There appears to be a battle going on for the patriotic heart of America.
This month we're joined by award-winning playwright, journalist, and humorist Wajahat Ali for a far-ranging conversation that starts with a lengthy discussion about the recent tragic shooting of three Muslim college students in Chapel Hill, NC.
American Muslim communities celebrating Thanksgiving with a traditional Turkey feast represents an encouraging sign of integration with American values and rituals. But, of course, we Muslims fooled you. Yet again.
"It's a crazy idea," Katie Couric said of her "Muslim Cosby show" remedy. Perhaps we need more "crazy" ideas -- like having popular stories that show Muslims and Americans aren't that different after all.
One Hollywood producer wanted to invest in my play and premiere it in Hollywood but only on one condition: "Can we get Ted Danson to play the father?"