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Maure Ann Metzger of Burnsville holds a sign at the 13th annual Muslim Day at the State Capitol in St. Paul, Wednesday, March 29, 2017.

Minnesotans Voice Support in Muslim Day

Celebrating the 13th annual Muslim Day at Minnesota state Capitol, hundreds of Minnesotans gathered at the Minnesota State Capitol Wednesday, March 29, voicing their support to Muslims and refugees.

Sameeha Ahmad (Right) with her friends at the University of Maryland(Photo: Waseem Abbasi/USA TODAY

In Trump Era, Hijab Symbolizes Resistance, Feminism

In a time of increasing hate crimes and Islamophobia, Muslim women’s hijab is becoming a symbol of resistance and feminism, with women of different faiths donning it to express solidarity with Muslim women.


The Modern Psychological Battle of Badr

Throughout history, Muslims have lived in oppressive and discriminatory conditions at one time or another.   In the early days of Islam and the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), Muslims were mostly taunted and discriminated against and often the target of harassment. However, when Muslims were forced to engage in their first battle, the battle of Badr, many …

Hundreds Shield US Oldest Mosque to Support Muslims

Hundreds Shield US Oldest Mosque to Support Muslims

Hundreds of people from different faith groups and ethnicities circled America’s oldest mosque in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on Sunday, March 26, forming a human shield to show support to American Muslims against threats and hate mails sent to mosques across the US.


Insights into Lives of British Muslims (Special)

As world media puts British Muslims in the middle of rigorous and fiery debate over the latest London attack, British Muslims rushed to raise funds to the families of the victims, sharing prayers and hopes for the safety of their country.

Quebec Shooting and Rising Islamophobia

Quebec Shooting & Rising Islamophobia

Asalamu Alaikum, Thank you for contacting About Islam with your question. Arif Virani, a Canadian lawyer and politician, who was elected in the 2015 federal election to the House of Commons of Canada, addresses this question in the video below: Transcript: Aisha Khaja: Welcome back. It is my pleasure to have in the studio with us …

Georgia Mosques Open Doors to Republicans

Republicans Visit Georgia Mosques to Learn about Islam

Amid rising political tension, stirred by President Trump’s revised ban on people from six Muslim countries, Georgia mosques opened their doors to their neighbors, answering questions and correcting misconceptions about Islam.

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