NEW YORK – In a gesture of support, interfaith demonstrators gathering in New York City to mark the one-year anniversary of President Donald Trump’s first “Muslim ban” formed a human chain of protection around Muslims as they knelt down in the public space for Friday prayers. “It’s practically important and symbolically important to stand with …
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Though Donald Trump’s “Muslim ban” unleased a huge wave of Islamophobic attacks targeting Muslims, a new study has revealed that the same decision actually improved attitudes toward Muslim, as people viewed such bans as “un-American.”
Nancy Allen, a Christian librarian, a published author, and a member of a church choir from Conway, Arkansas, has been wearing hijab for almost two years, to support Muslim women
After the success of its mock-medicine curing Islamophobia, America’s largest civil rights group has released a sugar-free gum specially crafted to “ban bad breath, not Muslims.”
American Muslims have applauded Governor Jerry Brown’s signing of the California Religious Freedom Act (SB 31), which blocks the creation of any so-called Muslim registry…
Short Answer: They’re doing far more than most English-speaking media outlets are reporting. A core problem is the phrasing used to refer to refugees: “…many… are not considered refugees and they are not part of the UNHCR statistics. They are classified as “Arab brothers and sisters in distress”. Another key issue is the lack of established …
A British couple dream honeymoon in Los Angeles and Hawaii has been ruined after the couple were detained for 26 hours in a US airport and then deported because the groom was Muslim.
For Muslims living in today’s America, life could be challenging amid rising threats to their community, mosques and women. Converts who choose Islam are facing the same challenges, in a country which imposed a partial ban on Muslim immigrants and visitors recently.
Protesting President Trump’s revised Muslim ban, American people are sharing photos of their grandparents who were not excluded from the ban imposed on Muslims from six Muslim-majority states.
Planning their dream summer vacation in the US, two Dutch Muslim students were deported to London by the American authorities at JFK Airport in New York on July 11.