A Muslim teacher in Gwinnett County, California, has received an anonymous hateful note saying that her “headscarf isn’t allowed anymore”, telling her to hang herself with it.
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More than 100 people of different faiths gathered on Saturday, November 12, to denounce rising Islamophobia in America, sending a powerful message of unity against anti-Muslim hate crimes spurred by the election season.
A Muslim woman has become the first Somali-Canadian recruit to graduate from the Edmonton Police Service academy, officially joining police ranks.
Tyson Fury, a British boxing heavyweight champion raised many questions on whether he has reverted to Islam or not, after changing his name to Riaz Tyson Muhammad on Twitter and updating new profile picture that shows him wearing traditional Muslim dress.
This video shows how American Muslims should respond to the election of Donald Trump as the new US president.
A Remembrance Day service to commemorate the service of Muslims in times of peace, conflict and war was held last week at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 22 in Toronto.
An American woman announced on the day Donald Trump was declared new US president that his very hateful anti-Muslim rhetoric had led her to embrace Islam.
Sadiq Khan, the first Muslim mayor for London, has advised American president-elect Donald Trump to “bring divided communities back together.”
TEXAS – The surprising election of Donald Trump as America’s 45th president is having its negative impact in campuses nationwide, where new flyers ...
Muslim women donning hijab have taken to social media to echo nationwide fear and uncertainty after Donald Trump was declared the next president of the United States.
TEXAS – A sharply divisive presidential campaign is having its shadows reflected on the American Muslim community, meeting Donald Trump’s win with a mixture of emotions, with some reacting positively and others with great concern.
A leading American Muslim civil rights group issued a statement on Wednesday, November 9, calling on President-elect Donald Trump to respect the rights of all Americans and pledging to work with the new president to strengthen the nation.