Historically, the Muslim American community has kept its disputes private. But as the number of mosques increases and Muslims integrate with mainstream America, conflicts are seeping into secular courts from California to Texas and Florida.
Fariba Nawa is a journalist, speaker and author of "Opium Nation" and "Afghanistan, Inc." She reports on issues including immigrant communities, women's rights and the global drug trade. Her work has been published in publications such as Newsweek, The Atlantic, Foreign Affairs, The Daily Beast, The Sunday Times Magazine and the San Francisco Chronicle.
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