Jaweed Kaleem is The Huffington Post's Senior Religion Reporter. He also writes about death, dying, grief and the end of life.
Jaweed focuses on how religious views and practices intersect with and influence the cultural, demographic and political shifts taking place in the American and global religious landscapes. He has written extensively on the Roman Catholic church, evangelical Christians, Mormonism and Muslim Americans. His reporting has taken him from Jakarta to Karachi with stops in Seattle, Salt Lake City and Birmingham, Alabama.
In 2014, Jaweed reported on Islam in Indonesia as a Senior Fellow at the East-West Center and, in 2013, he wrote extensively from Pakistan on the growing persecution of religious minorities as an International Center for Journalists Henry Luce Fellow in Global Religion.