Hundreds of people gathered in a Kansas City church on Sunday, February 5, in a special vigil to support immigrants and refugees who were improperly targeted by Donald Trump’s executive order late last month.
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Living in Springfield, Ohio, for two decades, Samina Ahmed is working with members of her local mosque to explain her faith to people and clear misconceptions about it.
In a challenge to the American administration’s ban, American and Canadian universities are opening their doors to welcome refugee and immigrant students, offering them full free scholarships.
Students of a Boston school are planning to give their neighboring Islamic center the best Valentine’s Day ever, preparing special “To Islam, With Love” cards to show solidarity with the religious community.
People of different faith groups gathered on Saturday, February 4, to attend "Meet Your Muslim Neighbor" rally at One City Center in downtown Greenville, the protest called for after President Trump banned immigrants from seven-Muslim majority countries.
High school students in Oak Lawn, Illinois, honored their Syrian classmate with a video tribute, choosing her as the most inspirational student at their school.
The Jewish community was joined by other faith communities in the Greater Toronto Area to form “rings of peace” around seven Toronto area mosques during the weekly Friday prayers in response to Sunday night’s mass shooting at a Quebec City mosque that took the lives of 6 Muslims and wounded many others.
GainPeace, a Chicago-based nonprofit organization, has launched a new campaign titled 'Liberty & Justice for All' to target all Americans, educating them on the values shared between Islam and the US constitution.
Wednesday, February 1, was a special day for the Islamic Society of Orange County, California, welcoming 400 people, mostly non-Muslims, who came to show support to their Muslim brothers and sisters.
Seven-year-old Syrian girl Bana al-Abed, who became a symbol of the tragedy in Syrian, has urged US President Donald Trump to think of the Syrian hungry children, after he imposed a ban on immigrants and refugees from seven-Muslim majority countries, including her own.
Montreal Maurice Richard hockey arena has been transferred into a place of remembrance and mourning for six Muslim men killed in Quebec mosque shooting last weekend, giving Montrealers a chance to show their support for the Muslim community.