A new anti-Islamophobia group at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania hosted an inclusive Jumm`ah (Friday) prayer on October 13, to educate about Islam and counter hate inside the campus.
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Facing rising anti-Islam attacks, Muslim students in North Carolina have launched a new app to document Islamophobia on campus and offer support to their colleagues.
For the first time in Greece, Muslim students donning hijab dominated the scene in the student parade in Xanthi, northern Greece, a religious headwear that was absent for decades.
Following the footsteps of Texas Muslim men first fraternity, nation’s first professional Muslim sorority, Mu Delta Alpha, has established a beta chapter at University of Texas, Austin chapter, to help Muslim women become leaders and professionals while sticking to their Islamic values.
The Lancashire County Council has put Muslim students’ meal back on agenda, reviving an old row on adding halal meat to the menu.
Both boys and girls grapple with their names. Some students admit they deliberately use a nick name or Anglicize their name.
Giving back to his neighborhood, a Muslim lawyer, who gave up a six-figure salary at a global law firm to become a teacher, is sending 95 percent of his students to the best universities in Britain.
A British Muslim undergraduate neuroscience student has had a research article publish in a respected international academic journal, achieving huge success at a young age.
A 14-year-old British Muslim schoolgirl has become the latest victim of Islamophobia and harassment, after a group of teenage students surrounded her and chanted “ISIS” as her mother picked her up from school.
British Muslim children as young as nine are facing increasing bullying in schools in the wake of recent terror attacks, with some being branded “terrorists” and others accused of joining ISIS.