The Muslim population in the United States contains a complex and diverse array of races, ethnicities, and backgrounds, which makes it important for Muslim communities throughout the country to develop and maintain lines of support and solidarity for multiple endeavors to resist injustice.
This week, a host of international speakers from South Africa, Europe, North America and Asia, arrived in Malaysia’s fourth largest province, for the third World conference of Islamic Thought. Perak punches above its weight in terms of international interest, not least because both its Sultan and regional Minister are intellectual heavy hitters, both holding legal Phd’s.
American Muslim groups are campaigning to register one million new voters before the US general election in a push they say is aimed at keeping Donald Trump out of the White House.
Challenging the government's unpopular Prevent program, British Muslims are planning a nationwide mosque program to stop radicalization of youth early next year.
A Michigan Islamic center is asking its worshippers to wear purple during Friday prayers this week, October 21, to raise awareness of domestic violence.
An American Muslim group, which includes the Gold Star mother Ghazala Khan, is complaining of a flood of hate mail and phone calls threatening it after endorsing Hillary Clinton for presidency.
What happened to you America? As one person wrote on Twitter, “I can’t believe what I’m watching now.” Indeed the extent of my shock is akin to watching the attacks of 9/11 as they unfolded on TV.
A North Carolina man has been sentenced to a year of probation and two months of home detention for attacking a Muslim woman during a flight, forcibly removing her hijab while shouting "this is America".
Though 9/11 attacks have altered the lives of American Muslims forever, 2016 election is giving them a worse nightmare, with the majority of Muslims saying it is harder to be a Muslim American today than it was even after 9/11.
For many American Muslims, feelings of being targeted because of their faith is getting worse everyday as election season approaches. In this video, the CNN offers a journey to three Muslim communities across the United States. Over and over, residents said the climate for Muslims this year is worse than it was after 9/11.
A British Olympian silver-medalist paid two visits to local mosques on Tuesday, October 18, in an official apology after appearing to mock Islam in a controversial video.
Feeling the heat of anti-Muslim rhetoric coming from the southern borders, Canadian Muslim women are creating a new hub for empowerment, with the help of a hijab-wearing martial artist with black belts in karate and taekwondo.