Immigrant religion: curbing the impulse

Read my latest Religion Dispatches post here: An Immigrant’s Tale: The Pull of the Homeland.

2 thoughts on “Immigrant religion: curbing the impulse”

  1. I would offer this article to someone who wanted to know what it was like to leave a country where they are part of a religious majority and live in a country where they are not only a religious minority but a suspected one to boot.

  2. It’s a bit different in Canada depending on what you put up in your cubicle. My wallpaper (desktop) is of a mosque and no one bats an eyelid. In Ramadan I even put up the fasting charts and time tables.

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