The City of Toronto, in conjunction with the Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI), has launched a public education campaign to address xenophobia, Islamophobia, and anti-immigrant sentiments.
People have launched a new online petition calling to rename Louisville International Airport after famous boxer, humanitarian and Louisvillian Muhammad Ali.
A galaxy of more than 200 American Muslim imams and scholars have issued a joint statement condemning the attacks on a gay night club in Orlando on Sunday that killed 49 people.
Fauzia Mazhar is passionate about dispelling the stereotypical image of Muslim women prevalent in society and hopes the annual event she helps to organize in the Canadian metropolitan area of Kitchener-Waterloo will challenge these myths.
Lining to donate blood, raise funds and hold vigils, American Muslims have sent an extraordinary message of solidarity and love to Orlando shooting victims, condemning the violence and rejecting any connection to their faith.
Acts of generosity have become a defining feature of Ramadan in Canada, where campaigns have been launched to invite neighbors to share Ramadan iftar with Muslim families across Greater Toronto Area.
Canadian Muslim leaders have issued strong condemnations of yesterday’s mass shooting at a nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
ORLANDO – Key American Muslim figures, scholars and organizations have condemned the deadly shooting spree at a nightclub in that city that left 50 people dead, urging the Muslim community to take part in a blood donation drive for those injured in the attack.
A touching video by Quartz during the funeral of the late boxing champ and Muslim figure Muhammad Ali has revealed the special position Ali holds in the hearts of American Muslims, being their ultimate ambassador of the faith.
Fulfilling the champ's old dream to become an ambassador for Islam in America, the Islamic funeral of Muhammad Ali will be aired worldwide on Thursday, offering a window into the faith.
ONTARIO – A Canadian Muslim teen has been crowned Canada's best brain, after a hard competition with high school students on neuroscience and neuroanatomy.