Praised for his bravery, a young Canadian Muslim was fatally shot Sunday as he was leaving the mosque when he rushed to help a stranger in confrontation.
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The Muslim community in North Texas hosted an event Saturday to send a message of peace and unity after controversial Islamophobic retweets from President Trump.
Canadian and Muslim civil rights groups welcomed on Saturday their first victory against Bill 62, known as burqa ban, after a judge suspended the bill measures, dealing the province's controversial "religious neutrality" law its first legal setback.
Six-year-old Maher Suleiman Mohammad, a Muslim boy with Down syndrome, has been accused of terrorism after a substitute teacher in Pearland, Texas, called the police to investigate him.
Offering a much-needed help to women, a Muslim group in Windsor opened this week a shelter for women fleeing domestic violence or poverty regardless of their faith.
Hurt by the increasing Islamophobic propaganda, Utah Muslims are using outreach and public service to reach out to their community and combat stereotypes.
Members of the Islamic Center of Greater Princeton, New Jersey, have raised funds for a special Christmas Eve dinner for the needy, donating the check to a Trenton area soup kitchen.
Supporting victims of Islamophobia attacks, a Canadian university has launched a new program to provide replacement hijab kits to Muslim women who had their hijab ripped off.
Ottawa federal government has allocated funding to increase security procedures in mosques, after the recent rise in anti-Muslim hate attacks.
Speakers at the Islamic Circle of North America’s South Central Convention held Nov. 24-26 in Houston, Texas, didn’t mince words when describing the state of Muslims living in America during the presidency of Donald Trump.
Breaking taboos and misconceptions about their culture, the Muslim community in Calgary hosted a special gathering on Saturday to mark the international day of domestic violence against women.