A heartwarming video was shared on YouTube Wednesday showing a Muslim man giving $50 to people shopping for Thanksgiving, attached to a card with a quote of a Prophet Muhammad saying about increasing love by exchanging gifts.
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People of all religious backgrounds came together on Sunday to raise funds to help their Muslim neighbors open the long-awaited Hampshire mosque.
A mosque and a church in downtown Toronto have formed a partnership to serve a free hot lunch to the city’s needy.
Hamilton police will hold a recruitment event next week at a local mosque amid efforts to engage the Muslim community and reflect the city’s diversity on the force.
Sharing their stories with the public, dozens of Muslim volunteers gathered in a human library event on Saturday in Quebec, in an effort to challenge stereotypes and prejudice.
Thanks to a partnership between the Topeka Islamic Center and the non-profit "Let’s Help," the needy and homeless in Kansas City will have a chance to mark Thanksgiving with a turkey meal provided by their Muslim neighbors.
A Muslim woman has been elected to Hopkins school board, becoming the first Somali woman in the country to be elected to a school board and the second to be elected to public office.
small Muslim community in Las Cruces, New Mexico have set up a ‘know Islam’ public booth, engaging the community, dispelling rumors, and enlightening the public about true Islam.
Offering the needy a way to survive, the Muslim community in Panama City have boxed Thanksgiving dinners including turkeys and canned goods to underprivileged families in the Bay County.
Salima Suswell has made history in Pennsylvania, becoming the first Muslim member to serve in the state’s Commission for Women.
Giving a shining example of the teachings of Islam and compassion towards the sick, Muslim doctors at Al-Shifa clinic in San Bernardino have been offering help to the poor residents over the past 17 years.
The past year has been very busy for Pennsylvania law student Akbar Hossain, meeting dozens and dozens of people in coffee dates to talk about his faith, Islam.