Canadian Muslims celebrated the achievements of community members at the inaugural MAX Gala, the Muslim Awards for Excellence, held on March 24 at Toronto’s Ritz-Carlton Hotel.
Affected by ongoing hateful rhetoric in US presidential primaries, a leading Islamic charity which has been providing help to disaster-stricken areas in the US over the past five year, is being met by suspicion from people rejecting its help in flood-hit Louisiana.
Contesting in American Master Chef competition, American Muslim hijabi Amanda Saab has invited people to a dinner with Muslim neighbor to encourage conversation and abolish stereotypes.
World renowned Muslim scholar has been working for years to fight radicalization in his Irving community, correcting misunderstandings and providing clarity from the Noble Qur'an
As Republican presidential hopefuls talk about Muslims as a threat to the nation, nearly 1000 American Muslim heroes are working silently in New York Police Department alone, protecting the US at home and abroad.
The owner of a successful grocery chain has committed to hire refugees at every store among other efforts to integrate Syrian refugees in Canada.
A British man in Croydon, north London, has been arrested for inciting racial hatred on social media after tweeting that he confronted a Muslim woman asking her to explain Brussels.
The scene of a hijabi Muslim woman with a big bouquet of flowers and a sign inviting people to have free coffee, donuts and a conversation with a Muslim has become a regular one outside Cambridge Public Library.
Swimming for her life in the Mediterranean, Syrian teenager Yusra Mardini is training hard to qualify for the upcoming Rio Di Janeiro Olympic games next June, offering a peak of hope for thousands who fled war in their home country.
Feeling the heat of anti-Muslim sentiments flared by far-right nationalists, European Muslims fear that Brussels bombing could trigger a new wave of anti-Muslim violence across the continent.
A thought occurred to me as our train en route to Brussels with a group of journalists to cover a new arts program turned around at Lille and we made our way back to London.