Mo Farah, a Muslim immigrant of Somali origin, has become the first athlete who wins three Olympic gold medals for Britain, a fact many are celebrating in the face of rising anti-immigrant sentiment.
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The shooting of a Muslim imam and his assistant in Queens, New York, has triggered unprecedented support from public, who took to social media to offer chaperoning Muslims to mosques.
A leading American Muslim civil rights group has welcomed the medical school's decision to withdraw its requirement that an incoming female Muslim student remove her clothing in view of her male classmates.
A 14-year-old Muslim boy has passed away last Thursday, August 11, as he was trying to save his younger sister's life in a Michigan lake.
Nadiya Hussain, the winner of last year’s Great British Bake Off, has revealed a shocking fact that racist abuse has become a part of her everyday life.
Ibtihaj Muhammad won her first Olympic medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Saturday, August 13, making history as the first American Muslim to compete in hijab in Olympic games.
A role-model imam and his assistant were killed in assassination style shooting as they walked along a street in the New York borough of Queens, the crimes Muslims blamed on Donald Trump hateful rhetoric.
Day five in the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro was a success for Muslim athletes, who took to podiums several times to win gold and bronze medals.
Welcoming hundreds of thousands of visitors from across the world, Muslim dawah teams took to the Brazilian streets in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo to spread the true message of Islam.
British Muslims are inviting Londoners to know more about their faith, culture and traditions in a special festival planned on Sunday, August 14, welcoming all faiths to use a new Islamic community centre being built in the city’s south end.
Drawing a wider image for America's origins and history, the National Portrait Gallery has added an oil portrait of Yarrow Mamout, one of the first American Muslims, to get his place among presidents and generals.