Sahar Aziz is Professor of Law & Director of the Center for Security, Race and Rights at Rutgers Law School. She is the author of the forthcoming book The Muslim Menace: The Racialization of Religion in the Post-9/11 Era.
Opinion:As Dr Cornel West's case illustrates, when anti-racism work expands to include Palestinian human rights, the threat becomes existential for faculty, writes Sahar F. Aziz.
Comment: Trump is using his administration's coronavirus response to ram through his anti-immigrant election platform, writes Sahar Aziz.
Comment: Critics are accusing Jewish candidate Bernie Sanders of anti-Semitism, just to keep his progressive politics out of power, writes Sahar Aziz.
Comment: Barring entry of US Congresswomen Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar exposes Israel's fallacious claims of moral superiority over its authoritarian Arab neighbours, writes Sahar Aziz.
Comment: Ultimately, the freedom to dissent guaranteed by the First Amendment will no longer apply to Muslims, writes Sahar Aziz.
Comment: Pressuring universities to shut down activism when it challenges Israel's human rights record is turning our institutions into sites of censorship, writes Sahar Aziz.
Comment: America is experiencing another outbreak of White Nativism, but this time the target is Muslims, writes Sahar Aziz.
Comment: Trump may have reworked the ban in an effort to disguise its Islamophobic nature, but he still believes terrorism is exclusively a Muslim problem, writes Sahar F. Aziz.
Comment: Before deriding the sexism of the Middle East, perhaps the West should get its own house in order, writes Sahar Aziz.
Comment: Sahar Aziz's testimony before the US House of Representatives on the government's 'Countering Violent Extremism' programmes, lays bare a deeply flawed approach.