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An American Muslim whose New York café was robbed recently has emulated the manners of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), posting an open letter on the café door to forgive the robber.
An American Muslim student group in University of Wisconsin-Madison invited the area homeless to a dinner on Tuesday, August 23, breaking bread and misconceptions together.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has defended individual rights and freedoms in donning burkini, adding that Canadians value ‘acceptance, openness, friendship, understanding’.
Muslims make up 0.9% of America’s 322 million population, according to a Pew research study released in April, 2015. Non-official numbers put the number at 7-8 million Muslims.
MuslimFest, the largest Muslim festival in North America, returns to Mississauga Celebration Square in suburban Toronto this weekend for its twelfth year and over 25,000 visitors are expected to take part in the festivities.
Feeling the need of many lonely patients, a young Muslim has kicked off a new hospital visiting program in a Virginia mosque, to help people suffering health problems during their stay in hospital.
Hammering down many misconceptions about Islam and Muslims, Dawud Agbere, one of five Muslim Army chaplains or imams, has been working in the American army over the past two decades, to bridge gaps and connect Islam and the West.
For the past two weeks, we have witnessed different athletes showing their talents at Rio Olympics, many of who are practicing Muslims from different nationalities who made a difference while maintaining their identity.
A leading American Muslim organization has launched a new outreach program to educate conservatives about mainstream Islamic beliefs and practices, in a bid to reduce Islamophobia which has reached a new level.
In a historic day in the Olympic taekwondo competition, Ahmad Abughaush won Jordan's first ever Games medal, while Egypt's Hedaya Malak and Iran's Kimia Alizadeh claimed bronze medals while donning their hijab early on Friday.
Carrying their signs and flyers, four Brazilian Muslims stood at the entrance of Copacabana beach arena, taking advantage of the movement generated by the Olympics to distribute pamphlets, answer questions and make an action against religious intolerance.