Being a Muslim immigrant family in the west is not an easy experience, especially when kids are involved. Muslim parents, who have their own traditions, perceptions and culture would face many challenges while trying to preserve the identity of their family and integrate with their new society at the same time. In many cases, the kids …
Our values are majority values. So, as citizens we have to come and speak about justice, we will be understood by anyone as we do speak for justice for all, justice for every one; man and woman, black and white. Anything which has to do with justice we are for it, against torture, extraordinary rendition, wrong laws against immigrants …all these are our struggles.
Itahr, or selflessness, is one of the noble qualities emphasized in Islam. One who is selfless places concern for others above concern for himself. The selfless person is generous with his time and freely lends aid and support to others. The opposite of selflessness is selfishness, which involves being concerned with one’s own well-being without regard for the …
Arabic signs and emergency brochures might seem odd in different parts of Canada. Yet, the situation is different in Halifax, Nova Scotia, which welcomed a growing Muslim population recently.
As President-elect Donald Trump spent months demonizing Syrian refugees and Muslims as a “great Trojan Horse”, the new arrivals worked hard to achieve success in their new home after escaping death in mad Middle East war.
A Syrian refugee, who could not speak English when he arrived Australia two years ago, has graduated from an Australian high school with top honors, getting a chance to achieve his dream of becoming a doctor.
Canadian Prime Minster Justin Trudeau has welcomed new immigrants from different backgrounds, urging them to engage more in politics so no party gets to run against Muslim Canadians.
Austria celebrated on Sunday, December 4, the defeat of far-right presidential candidate Norbert Hofer against independent rival candidate Alexander Van der Bellen, concluding a tumultuous presidential race marred by anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant comments.
A Danish photographer managed to capture the toxic, anti-Muslim atmosphere in the west in one picture, capturing a photo showing how isolated and distrusted Muslims live as far-right political groups continue their hate campaigns across Europe.
Once a refugee himself, Tarek Bin Yameen, a second-year medical student at the University of Toronto, has launched free vision clinics to Syrian refugees in Toronto area, paying it forward to keep hope in a better future.