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The Religion (Islam) Between Immigrant Parents and their Children on Aziz Ansari’s “Master of None”

On Aziz Ansari's "Netflix" comedy, "Master of None," the "Religion" episode tackles the differences between parents' religion and that of their children. But between the religious and serious and nonreligious and fun, is there any room for those living in between?
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