Leaders of the Canadian Muslim community are urging support to help youth address trauma caused by recent Islamophobic attacks, which culminated in Quebec mosque shooting.
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Fort Smith mayor, public and members of Islamic community gathered on Monday, March 12, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of inaugurating the city’s first Islamic school.
When Rahaf Khatib, the first hijabi Muslim athlete to appear on cover of a fitness magazine, races in April’s Boston marathon, she will be making several records.
Amid rising political tension, stirred by President Trump’s revised ban on people from six Muslim countries, Georgia mosques opened their doors to their neighbors, answering questions and correcting misconceptions about Islam.
Arriving in the US shortly before 9/11, sisters Nancy and Yara Helmy said the attacks changed their lives, with the two young Muslim girls growing up in an increasingly Islamophobic climate.
The only Muslim family in Dowson, a small town about 150 miles west of the Twin Cities, is teaming up with a local pastor to educate the people on their faith and fight misconceptions, after finding themselves on the defensive after President Trump’s inauguration.
Richard “Mac” McKinney, the Ball State senior and retired Marine sergeant, is the president of the Islamic Center of Muncie, Indiana, and he’s making efforts to “educate and inform” people about the true Islam.
Launched 15 years ago, the Muslims in Memphis month has been drawing increasing support from local residents, introducing them to the true tenets of Islam in an annual series of events.
In an effort to improve the representation of Muslim women in online media and advertising, the editor of popular online platform MuslimGirl.com has teamed up with Getty Images to launch a new series of photos showcasing the diversity of Muslim women.
Raising many controversies when aired, an actor in the Showtime show, Homeland, has admitted that the depiction of Muslims in the show was not helping the religious community, adding that writers were improving it in the next season.
Eighteen years after opening their doors for the first time, a group of Muslim doctors continue to offer free medical health care in their Alshifa Clinic in Muscoy, California, serving all patients, regardless of their faith or race.
American Muslim activist Linda Sarsour and some of the national leaders for the Women’s March on Washington and the “A Day Without A Woman” strike were arrested outside Trump International Hotel in NYC on Wednesday, March 8, sparking outrage among their supporters.