Azhar Usman jokes that he looks like “that guy from LOST. Not the Indian one, the fat one!” The Chicago comedian uses humor to poke fun at racial stereotypes, referencing his own life as the child of Muslim immigrants growing up in the then mostly Jewish community of Skokie, Illinois.
Radio M host Tony Sarabia joins Jerome for another edition of Global Notes, Worldview’s weekly look at what’s happening in the world of music. This week, they discuss Mauritania’s biggest musical export, the griot singer Malouma.
A decade after wars redesigned the political map of the Balkans, there is mounting concern over the growing influence of radical Islam in the region.From Bosnia to Kosovo, large amounts of money have poured in from Saudi Arabia, Persian Gulf states and missionaries of Wahhabi Islam, targeting young
Gay-rights groups are asking a senior leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saintsto take back comments he made at a recent church conference, calling the remarks dangerous and saying they could lead to more suicides by gay teens.About a dozen gay-rights leaders approa
Journalist Christopher Hitchens is one of the world's most famous atheists. His brother, Peter, insists that a civilized world must believe in God. The brothers have publicly argued over faith for years.