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For Je’Nan Hayes, the big day in the Regional High School Championship game was awaited with passion to finalize a successful season for her Watkins Mill High School in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
Popular African American Muslim novelist Umm Zakiyyah adapted her best-selling book His Other Wife into a short film. The novel tells the story of recently-divorced Muslim convert Aliyyah and her adjustments to her new life as a single Muslim woman in American Muslim society.
Facing complicated immigration climate, Latinos and Muslims in Los Angeles, Southern California, are forging a new unity as they seek to learn more about their rights in Trump’s America.
A man broke into a Tucson mosque in Arizona, ripping up over 130 copies of the holy Qur’an in the mosque, as police officials said there was no indication that the attack was a “hate crime.”
Many Muslim racial justice, social justice, and human rights activists in the United States consider the recent ban another example of increasing xenophobic and extremist anti-Muslim bias.
A leading American Islamic group and a Missouri Islamic center joined their hands to prepare a mosque open day for Trump supporters and Republicans in General, an event aimed at building bridges of understanding in a polarized country.
A Canadian leading national guiding group has cancelled its annual trip to California, over concerns that some of its members may be refused entry at the southern border, as President Donald Trump's new US travel ban comes into effect on Thursday.
Assigned as a target for ISIS, a leading Muslim imam and interfaith leader in Irving, Texas, stressed that he is not afraid of ISIS threats, adding that Islamophobia and hate crimes targeting Muslims are more intimidating.
In a bid to examine true Islam and Muslims, members of local church in Raleigh, North Carolina, joined hundreds of local in a visit to the local Islamic association, witnessing Muslim prayer and getting answers for their questions surrounding the faith.
Amid rising tensions surrounding American Muslims, a Children exhibition in Manhattan has achieved unexpected huge success, as organizers say that education will beat ignorance and hate.