Concerned about promised of President Donald Trump to create a Muslim registry, San Francisco officials approved a new legislation on Wednesday, February 22, that prohibits city agencies from participating in any program to create such a register.
- Lindsay Lohan Told to Remove Hijab at Heathrow Airport
- Norwich Gets First Muslim Scout Group
- Muslim-Jewish Sisterhood Finds Common Ground
- Denmark Charges Man who Burnt Qur’an with Blasphemy
- Police Investigate Online Threats to Muslim Activist
- I Am What Trump Seeks to Ban
- Alabama Students Host Islam Awareness Week
- Muslims Unite to Repair Vandalized Jewish Cemetery
A new episode of The Secret Life of Muslims shows Muslim celebrities pleading with Hollywood to stop portraying Muslims as terrorists.
In the first such prosecution for 46 years, a Danish man who posed a video of himself setting fire to the holy Qur’an on Facebook has been charged with blasphemy.
At a time of religious prejudice, a group of Philadelphia Muslim and Jewish women are cooking together to feed the hungry and poor in their community, as part of a movement to bring together groups of Muslim and Jewish women around the country.
The Eastern British city of Norwich will get its first Muslim scout group soon, encouraging young people of all faiths to join and learn more about Muslims and the scouting movement.
Raising many questions recently about her religious beliefs, Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan said she was asked to remove her headscarf at Heathrow airport on her way to New York recently, saying the experience freaked her out.
New York Police Department's Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating a social media threat against popular Muslim activist Lindah Sarsour, after a Brooklyn man asked for her address on a post in Facebook.
The recent Executive Orders issued late last month by US President Donald Trump have put the Muslim and Latino communities directly under attack.
Amid rising Islamophobic threats, Muslim students at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, hosted the annual Islam Awareness week, to reach out to the wider community and correct misconceptions about their faith.
Muslim activists Linda Sarsour and Tarek El-Messidi have started a crowdfunding campaign to support the repair of a St. Louis Jewish cemetery that was vandalized over the weekend, in a show of solidarity with the Jewish community in the face of the rising hate.
Falling in the middle of a heated political debate, an American non-profit group is encouraging American Muslims across the country to run for political office, to help potential Muslim candidates identify opportunities for civic engagement and then to empower them.