Ten years after the Sept. 11 attacks, many Muslims in this country struggle to reconcile their American identity with their faith amid skepticism from non-Muslims. In dozens of video interviews conducted by Washington Post journalists across the country, Americans of all religious backgrounds candidly talk about the roots of suspicion, misunderstandings about Islam and confronting their own fears.


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The Divide

The Way Muslims See It

Reverberations of Sept. 11

Radicalization

Uncomfortable Questions

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Video and photography: Ben de la Cruz and Alexandra Garcia. Design and development: Grace Koerber. Project editors: Lynda Robinson, Jonathan Forsythe, Andrew Pergam, Steven King, Sarah Sampsel. Additional interviews: Liz Tenety, AJ Chavar. Production assistance: Kristen Boghosian, Cristina Fletes, Jayne Orenstein, Daniel Sircar.

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