CSRR in the News

Emergency Powers and COVID19 with William Banks. National Security Law Today Apple Podcast. (2020) (interviewing William Banks).

What historians hear when Trump calls coronavirus ‘Chinese’ and ‘foreign’. CNN.com (2020) (interviewing Nükhet Varlik).

US-Egyptian citizen dies after six years in Egypt custody. Al Jazeera English. (2020). (quoted Sahar Aziz).

Iraqis have been holding peaceful mass protests. The U.S. strike and its aftermath are undermining that. Zahra Ali. The Washington Post. (2020).

Accusing Bernie Sanders of anti-Semitism is nothing but thinly veiled Islamophobia. Sahar Aziz. The New Arab. (2019).

Initiating Inmates. Brittany Friedman. Public Seminar. (2019)

Politically Direct Episode 74 With Guest Rutgers University Law Professor Sahar Aziz, Insider NJ (2019). (interviewing Sahar Aziz).

Constructing a Threat: On prison repression of Black politics,WNUR 89.3 Chicago. (2019). (interviewing Brittany Friedman).

Sadia Abbas on all that led up to her debut fiction novel The Empty Room. The Telegraph. (2019). (interviewing Sadia Abbas).

Slavery is a Model for US Prison Book-Banning. Brittany Friedman. Black Agenda Radio. (2019).

Poor People Pay for the Criminal Justice System. Brittany Friedman. Rutgers Today. (2019).

In Iraq, demonstrators demand change — and the government fights back. Zahra Ali. The Washington Post. (2019)

Protest movements in Iraq in the age of a ‘new civil society’. Zahra Ali. The London School of Economics and Political Science. (2019).

Court Recognizes Reputational Harm to Muslims on Terrorist Watchlist. Sahar Aziz. American Constitution Society. (2019).

The Fragility of Law in an Era of Autocratic Populism. Sahar Aziz. Jadaliyya.com. (2019).

Alabama’s abortion law is not ‘Christian Sharia,’ professor says. Sharia isn’t as inflexible, as draconian.  Abed Awad. NJ.com. (2019).

Skirmishes at the India – Pakistan border, featuring Adil Haque. American Society of International Law Podcast. (2019). (interviewing Adil Haque).

Don’t be surprised if one of these horrific massacres happens ‘at a mosque near you,’ N.J. Muslim attorney says. Abed Awad. NJ.com. (2019).

The Viewpoint Radio Show, The Racial Muslim: When American Racism Quashes Religious Freedom.(2019). (interviewing Sahar Aziz)

Young Activists Are Done With Loyalty Tests. Donald Trump Is Not. The Atlantic.(2019). (interviewing Sahar Aziz).

Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib show Muslim women don’t need saving. Sahar Aziz. Al Jazeera English. (2019).

Egypt’s Lost Academic Freedom. Sahar Aziz. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. (2019).

Being Muslim with Sylvia Chan-Malik, The Electorette Podcast . (2019). (interviewing Sylvia Chan-Malik).

An emergency at the border?. William Banks. Newsday. (2019).

Arise! with host Bill Fletcher Jr. WPFW. (2018). (Interviewing Sadia Abbas).

Khmer Rouge leaders found guilty of genocide in Cambodia’s ‘Nuremberg’ moment. The Guardian. (2018). (interviewing Alex Hinton).

Justice At Last. Alex Hinton. Mekong Teahouse. (2018).

Good Law | Bad Law #108 – Trump, Anti-Muslim Rhetoric and the Supreme Court W/ Sahar Aziz, The Law Matters Podcast . (2018). (interviewing Sahar Aziz).

What Can Khashoggi Tape Reveal About His Murder, Al Jazeera English. (2018). (interviewing Sahar Aziz).

Ex-N.J. attorney gen.: What minority communities can do for safety in this climate of extremism. John J. Farmer Jr. and Paul Goldenberg. NJ.com. (2018).

After several high-profile murders in Iraq, here’s what headlines missed about their cause. Zahra Ali. The Washington Post. (2018).

Imran Khan continues toxic habits; where’s the change? Sadia Abbas. Naya Daur. (2018).

Rutgers law professors: Confirmation of Kavanaugh could have ‘devastating effects’. Sahar Aziz. NorthJersey.com.(2018).

Abusing State Power to Quash Palestinian Activism on Campus, Sahar Aziz, The New Arab (2018).

Travel Ban Upheld: What Happens Now? WNYC The Takeaway. (2018) (interviewing Sahar Aziz).

Saudi Women Can Drive, But Are Their Voices Being Heard? Nermin Allam. Chicago Tribune. (2018).

A painter struggles to adapt to a stifling marriage and a repressive regime in this Pakistani novel. (reviewing The Empty Room by Sadia Abbas). Scrol.in (2018).

It Was a Crime’: 15 Years After U.S. Invasion, Iraqis Still Face, Zahra Ali. Democracy Now! (2018).

‘Being Muslim’ offers an alternative history of Islam in America. Aysha Khan. (2018) (featuring Sylvia Chan-Malik).

Adnan Zulfiqar Dissects Complex, Emotionally Charged Issues in Islamic and Criminal Law. Suicide is on the Rise in the US, And Muslims Aren’t Immune. Lisa Intrabartola. BuzzFeed News. (2018).

The Case for Nongovernmental Sanctuary for Immigrants. Rose Cuison Villazor. Los Angeles Times. (2018).

Travel ban 3.0 still doesn’t conceal Trump’s anti-Muslim bias. Sahar Aziz. The New Arab. (2017).

Women’s Rights Are under Threat in Iraq. Zahra Ali. The Washington Post. (2017).

Self-Defense Against Self-Defense, In Syria and Beyond.  Adil Haque. Just Security. (2017).

In Saudi Arabia, Trump Says Fight Against Terrorism ‘A Battle Between Good and Evil.’ National Public Radio. (2017). (interviewing Adnan Zulfiqar).

I’m a N.J. Muslim: How I celebrate Jesus’ birth with my family. Abed Awad. NJ.com. (2016).

I was in Charge of N.J. on 9/11 and Trump’s Claims Never Happened. John Farmer Jr. NJ.com. (2015).

Islamophobia: A Bipartisan Project. Deepa Kumar. The Nation. (2012).