Speaking of the homemade bomb exploding at the six-year-old Dar Al Farooq (DAF) Community Center in Bloomington, Minnesota, Governor Mark Dayton said that this was “A terribly, dastardly, cowardly, terrible act… It’s an act of terrorism.”
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An American teen retailer has released a denim hijab as part of its fall collection, as part of the company's recent fashion-for-all campaign, a decision which sparked mixed responses.
Muslim and Methodist volunteers are teaming up to help Princeville town, North Carolina, that was hard-hit by Hurricane Matthew.
After months of listening to President Trump's anti-Muslim rhetoric, a team of filmmakers decided to intervene and create a new documentary titled “An Act of Worship”, in a bid to capture the beauty and pain driving a new young generation of Muslim activists around the nation who are springing to action.
Getting help from their Muslim neighbors, a St. Louis-area Jewish cemetery has rededicated nearly six months after more than 150 headstones were toppled
On Sunday morning, Muslims took part in the inaugural National Day of Prayer and Mindfulness that was called for by Indigenous Elders to pray for unity, understanding and a peaceful resolution of issues facing Indigenous people and settlers in the land.
The upcoming third season of "Legends of Tomorrow" will see a new Muslim superhero to support the religious minority who has been facing increasing hate attacks since the election of resident Donald Trump.
A terrorist attack targeting a suburban Minneapolis mosque on Saturday, August 5, has been widely condemned by rights groups, seeing it as a dangerous new episode in the history of attacks targeting the Muslim community.
Announcing “The Promise of Inclusion & the Power of Love” as its next theme, organizers of the 7th Parliament of the World’s Religions are looking for world-changing outcomes from the more than 12,000 delegates expected to convene in Toronto, Canada, November 1 - 7, 2018.
An online project that subverts a misconception that puts Muslim women as voiceless victims of their religion has started in Canada, giving a platform for Muslim women to tell their own stories.
Portland kickstarted on Thursday, August 3, a local hate crime documentation and response system, giving community groups grants with the total amount of $350,000 to document incidents.