CHICAGO – As nearly 1.7 billion Muslims observe the fasting of Ramadan, American Muslim activist, Linda Sarsour presents some advice to non-Muslims on how to deal with their Muslim friends and neighbors during the holy month of Ramadan. In the video, Sarsour also tries to bring people closer to understanding why Muslims choose to abstain …
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For Muslims gathering at annual MAS-ICNA convention, being victims of bigotry, hate crimes, and overall aggression summed up most of their new feelings under the administration of Donald Trump.
As American Muslim activist Linda Sarsour faces increasing smear campaign over her use of the word Jihad, an opinion published by Texas Muslim scholar Sheikh Omar Suleiman on HuffPost defended Islamic terms as being hijacked by Islamophobes who impose their definitions, proving that the word Jihad is regularly used in the Arabic version of the Bible.
American Muslim civil rights activist Linda Sarsour has bravely shared a disturbing rape threat email sent to her by a stranger, as she faces a vicious hate campaign over her use of the word jihad in a recent Islamic convention.
Targeted in a vehement Islamophobic campaign, American Muslim activist Linda Sarsour decided to speak out, publishing a Washington Post op-ed in which she blamed the outrage over her use of the word jihad on conservative media.
American Muslim activist Linda Sarsour has been targeted by right-wing and Islamophobic extremists in a manufactured “controversy” over remarks referencing “jihad” she made recently at a national Islamic convention in Illinois.
A leading American civil rights group called on people of all faiths and backgrounds to “push back” against an online smear campaign targeting Linda Sarsour using #IStandWithLinda hashtag against recent smear campaign targeting the nationally-known and respected Muslim community activist.
Anti-Shari`ah rallies planned across America by extremist ACT for America group claiming to protect women has triggered condemnations from American Muslim women, who accused these movements of triggering anti-Muslim bias and hate crimes.
While hate mongers rushed to the internet to immediately blame Muslims for the attack, Muslims in Britain and worldwide rushed to raise funds for the victims’ families, pray for them and condemn all attacks.
American Muslim activist Linda Sarsour and some of the national leaders for the Women’s March on Washington and the “A Day Without A Woman” strike were arrested outside Trump International Hotel in NYC on Wednesday, March 8, sparking outrage among their supporters.