Marking a year after three Muslim students were killed in Chapel Hill, the families of the victims are preparing the opening of a community center that will serve as a base for events to honor their memories and to inspire understanding toward American Muslims.
Religious Muslim leaders in the west issued the “Washington Declaration” on Thursday, February 4, announcing the formation of a coordinating body to deal with issues of common concern.
Adding weight to a campaign rejecting anti-Islam group, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has backed a campaign opposing a planned anti-Islam march through Birmingham for "targeting Muslims".
Sending a unified message against terrorism, Canadian religious leaders spoke out against violence committed in the name of religions at an event held earlier this week at York University.
A review by the government's terror watchdog has urged a revision of the much-criticized Prevent strategy, accusing it of sowing mistrust and fear in the Muslim community.
A small doll in “mini hijab fashion” has taken Twitter by storm after offering young Muslim girls a doll that looks like them.
In his first visit to an American mosque, President Barack Obama called for writers and producers to create more rounded Muslim figures in TV dramas that truly represent the Muslim community away from terrorism.
Leading American Muslim organizations welcomed President Barack Obama’s address at the Islamic Society of Baltimore on Wednesday, February 3, thanking him for his commitment to combat bigotry and "inexcusable political rhetoric" targeting the religious minority.
As US Muslims expect President Barack Obama's first visit to an American mosque on Wednesday, intolerance and Islamophobic rhetoric remain at the top of discussion agenda with the President.
A young Bosnian Muslim athlete has become the first hijabi member in the national senior karate team, named the best student athlete in the country after winning the national championship for the eighth year in a row.
A new study examining the experience of British men who reverted to Islam found that male reverts usually complain of isolation feelings, resulting from stereotypes spread by media about Islam and Muslims.