Three Calgarian Muslim doctors have examined the Rohingya refugees’ humanitarian disaster after flying to Bangladesh to offer help as part of effort organized by the Humanitarian Islamic Circle of North America.
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Facing calls to apologize after any attack by a Muslim individual, American Muslim leaders have denounced double standards as other groups arenot asked to do the same.
As details emerge of the murder of 26 people and injury of 20 more at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, President Donald Trump was quick to brand the attack a “mental health problem”, sparking criticism on social media.
A leading American civil rights group called on the Muslim community to donate blood on Sunday, following news of San Antonio’s mass shooting in which more than 26 victims were killed.
A Muslim candidate is trying to make history in mayoral election next Tuesday in Hamtramck city in Michigan, knowns as the US first-Muslim majority city.
Horrific accounts of sexual assault, aerial bombings, beheading and attacks on children with machetes offered Canada’s special envoy to Burma a first-hand experience of the violence committing against Rohingya Muslims.
Seeking to bridge the gap between different faiths, the Minnesota Muslim community will be holding a special event to receive questions from the public fearing that asking questions might offend their Muslim neighbors.
Several mosques in New York metropolitan area have been receiving threats in the wake of New York Tuesday’s attack, amid calls to investigate these threats as possible hate crimes.
Amid claims that New York attacker uttered Allahu Akbar before crushing into bike riders, many Muslim activists and scholars have found themselves forced to defend their faith and the term the majority of Muslims use in their everyday-life with no bad intention.
To the surprise of many analysts, the American administration’s rising anti-Muslim actions have backfired, with many American Muslims deciding to join the race for Congress nationwide instead of hiding in low-profile lives.
In the latest terrorist incident to hit America, Uzbekistan born Sayfullo Saipov, is reported to have called out “Allahu Akbar,” meaning God is Great. He is correct, God is indeed Great, but saying God is Great while doing what God specifically prohibits - murdering 8 people, injuring 11 - is not greatness, it is terrorism.