The first annual reading contest on the life of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be on him, has been launched across North America.
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Wisconsin Muslims opened the 2nd annual Milwaukee Muslim Film Festival on Thursday, March 3, not only as a way to educate people on their religion, but also as a way to discuss current events important to Muslim communities.
Republican hopefuls' anti-Muslim rhetoric has been casting its dark shadows on the life of American Muslim children, experiencing increasing fears amid fiery campaign rhetoric.
Addressing the dilemmas that confront American Muslim citizens, the only two Muslim representatives in Congress have called on Muslims to participate in politics to defend themselves and influence US political and social life successfully.
The city council in Michigan City has voted in favor of a resolution that rejects anti-Muslim hate speech, reaffirming commitment to guarantee equal rights to all citizens.
A California teenager was stabbed twice by three suspects in Huntington Beach as he walked home with his brother-in-law, saying he was targeted for speaking Arabic.
Teaching US and world history for years, Sairah Ahmed has been working to spread better understanding of her faith among students, incorporating religion studies into her world history courses.
Leaders of America’s largest Islamic group, the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), have thanked the vandals who attacked the group's headquarters in Plainfield, Indiana, for giving them a chance to feel heartwarming support from their neighbors of all faiths.
When Taneem Vali joined Guide Girls unit in Dubai long years ago, the Muslim woman did not think that this move will determine her career and life for decades to come, becoming a "world citizen" due to the number of places she has lived in.
Marium Raza, an American Muslim junior student at Redmond High School in Western Washington, has achieved perfect score on the SAT, offering an inspiration to Muslim students worldwide, LUB Pak reported.
The mysterious ‘execution-style’ killings of Muslim young men in Indiana is casting its shadows on the American Muslim community, who urged the investigators to conduct a full and comprehensive investigation to bring justice to the families of the deceased.