Anyone who heard Mennel Ibtissem’s rendition of Hallelujah on the French edition of The Voice heard the music of an angel, preaching coexistence by mixing Arabic and English in her beautiful performance. Such was the positive reaction of even Brigitte Macron, the French president’s wife, as she praised Mennel saying, ‘Hallelujah in (English and) Arabic, …
In this counseling answer: While things may be difficult now, in sha’ Allah, if you continue to wear hijab, it will get easier. Allah is most merciful. Allah helps and blesses His servants in ways we cannot imagine. While, of course, the ultimate decision of whether to wear hijab or not is yours, sister, please do think …
A Chicago Muslim radio producer has been denied an Uber ride after the driver refused to let her in the car telling her that Al-Quds belongs to the Jews.
An American Muslim woman has been denied a job at a Garland department store after she was told that she cannot wear the hijab on the sales store.
Six-year-old Maher Suleiman Mohammad, a Muslim boy with Down syndrome, has been accused of terrorism after a substitute teacher in Pearland, Texas, called the police to investigate him.
Being a constant target for security double checks in airports, a Birmingham-based Muslim artist has taken inspiration from his suitcase for a new exhibition highlighting the prejudice he and others have faced as Muslims.
Painting a disturbing future for young Muslims in the UK, a new report has revealed that members of the religious minority are less likely to succeed in the workplace with many reporting experience of Islamophobia, discrimination, and racism.
How is it like to live as a young American Muslim in today’s America? In this video, Muslim millennials reveal the struggle the come through to preserve their identity as both American and Muslim.
Half of American Muslims say they have experienced discrimination in the past year, reflecting an unwelcoming political atmosphere since the election of President Donald Trump late last year, a new survey has found.
A Muslim woman, Aya Alhassani, received a job offer in Scandinavian Airline, was subsequently told she could only take on the role if she was prepared to remove her hijab.