Continuing a tradition of hosting annual appreciation month, University of Florida campus dedicated the 2016 event to introducing Islam to the students, giving them an appreciation for Islamic beliefs and traditions in several events during this month.
Rejecting WWII-style stigmatization of Muslims, Nancy Allen, a Christian American from Conway, Arkansas, decided to put on a hijab, offering support to the American-Muslim community.
A two-day youth empowerment conference was hosted by a leading Canadian Muslim association over the past two days, in a bid to help young Muslim acquire success tools in the face of growing incitements.
A decision by the British government to criminalize any public body that call for boycotting products of Israel settlements in Occupied Palestinian territories has triggered severe criticism as a “gross attack on democratic freedoms”.
Danish Muslim women have opened Scandinavia's first female-led mosque in Copenhagen, following the suit of their Muslim sisters in US and UK.
In a video posted on YouTube under the title #ColorBlind, Muslim hip hop artist Abdullah Dahduli, known as Aye-D, has challenged Islamophobia in him community, using his music to send a message against extremism and hate.
More than 2200 thousand Dubai residents of different nationalities reverted to Islam at the Islamic Information Centre of the Dubai government-run Dar Al Ber Society in 2015.
After years of fundraising and construction work, Muslims living in Iqaluit city, in Canada's newest, largest, northernmost, and least populous territory of Nunavut, celebrated the inauguration of the city's first mosque.
An American Muslim Nike fan has been shocked after finding out that his favorite athletics brand does not allow "Islam" or "Muslim ID on a custom pair of Air Jordans he requested, discovering that the words are banned.
Thousands of people in South Charlotte, North Carolina, were invited to attend the first "Meet your Muslim neighbor" event on Saturday, February 13, which was designed to clear up misconceptions of the Muslim community.
Warning against the ever-increasing refugees problem, Hollywood star George Clooney said he trust that the American people would reject Donald Trump and his calls to ban Muslims from entering the US.