In recognition of special interfaith relations in New York, a rabbi will lead this year’s annual Muslim Day Parade in New York City, which will take place on Sunday.
- Faith, Charity Drive Muslim Relief Workers
- Rabbi to Lead NY Muslim Parade Day
- World Leaders Condemn Aung Suu Kyi UN Speech
- US Muslim Kids’ Team Wins Robotics Competition
- Nigerian Muslim Teacher Receives UN Award
- Texas Welcomes US First Muslim Sorority
- Facebook Blocks Reports of Rohingya Ethnic Cleansing
- Rugby Hijab Captures Attention in New Zealand
Motivated by their desire to help their neighbors and fulfill the key Islamic tenet of charity, Muslim volunteers were always present when hurricane Harvey and Irma bettered US states of Texas and Florida.
A team of Muslim children in Albuquerque, New Mexico has won an award at robotics competition, crowing efforts to engage the young children with the wider community.
Following the footsteps of Texas Muslim men first fraternity, nation’s first professional Muslim sorority, Mu Delta Alpha, has established a beta chapter at University of Texas, Austin chapter, to help Muslim women become leaders and professionals while sticking to their Islamic values.
Syrian music, mixed with smells of shawarma and samosas, filled the air Sunday afternoon as thousands of Muslims and non-Muslims flocked to attend Malden city’s second Islamic festival.
Riz Ahmed became the first Muslim actor, as well as the first South-Asian actor, to win an acting Emmy, taking home the award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series Sunday night.
Canadians rallied in cities across the country on Sunday, September 17, to protest the military crackdown in Burma against Rohingya Muslims that the United Nations human rights chief has called “a textbook example of ethnic cleansing.”
The University of Texas Muslim and non-Muslim students are coming together in several events hosted by the Muslim Student Association as a part of its outreach efforts to build bridges and dispel myths.
Umm Zakiyyah is internationally renowned for her novels, including If I Should Speak, Reverencing the Wombs That Broke You, and His Other Wife, which was recently adapted into a short film.
The Muslim community in Malden, Massachusetts, will be holding the second annual Muslim festival in the city, featuring music and food representing the rich, diverse heritage of the community.
Fifteen families in the Greater Toronto Area will have safe, decent, and affordable housing, thanks in part to the Faith 150 Build.
An Arizona Muslim scholar has started a new graduate school for Islamic studies in the United States to educate the next generation of Muslim scholars and religious leaders who can serve their communities in same spirit of pluralism in which they were raised.