Becoming a role model for Muslim women worldwide, Rumana Ahmed is one of only six US Muslims who work in the white house, expressing enthusiasm to serve their country.
The fact that three young American Muslim women were attacked, cursed and spat on by a man on a New Jersey train and no one stepped to defend them has stirred angry reactions, amidst a surge in anti-Muslim rhetoric and anti-Muslim hate crimes across the country.
In a bid to break stereotypes about Muslims, two American women have launched a project to educate the public about the true Islam, promoting tolerance and understanding in a time when politics are demonizing the religious minority.
Promoting a documentary that urges understanding and tolerance of Muslims, humorous ads appeared in New York subways on Monday, March 7, spreading the word about the film with light-hearted funny quotes.
A former American beauty pageant model was hosted by The Deen Show to tell her story of how she found Islam after a long journey going from Christianity, atheism and modeling life to finally finding peace and purpose in life in Islam.
Despite keeping simple funerals according to Islamic teachings, New York Muslims are complaining that the absence of a Muslim cemetery is raising funeral costs to huge amounts ranging from $6,000 to over $50,000.
Muslim students at prestigious Yale University have hosted the annual Islam Awareness week that turned into a bittersweet event in which they helped their colleagues to learn about Islam, though being reminded by rising anti-Muslim hate crimes.
The first annual reading contest on the life of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be on him, has been launched across North America.
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.