OAKLEY – The Muslim community in Oakley, San Francisco, is reaching out to their neighbors to allay their fears over the newly proposed mosque, amid hopes of starting new interfaith relations. “We’re here to co-exist and not take over or change anybody’s mind,” Abdul Maiwand with the Ibn Sina Community Center told KPIX on Saturday. …
By way of faith tradition, Muslims have always rightfully claimed a natural connection to Christians, especially as it pertains to their love and respect for Jesus and his virgin mother Mary.
Hurt by the increasing Islamophobic propaganda, Utah Muslims are using outreach and public service to reach out to their community and combat stereotypes.
Students from several US Islamic schools are visiting their neighbors in outreach effort planned by America’s only accrediting agency for Muslim schools to ease fears of the religious minority.
New Jersey Muslim doctor inaugurated on Saturday, May 6, a new free health clinic, offering help to uninsured Americans and sending a message about true Islamic teachings.
JAKARTA – In the most high-profile outreach to Muslims by US new administration, US Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday, April 20, toured the biggest mosque in Muslim-majority Indonesia, during a visit seen as a highly symbolic gesture from an administration that has been accused of stoking Islamophobia.
While the majority of Canadians felt the pain of Quebec attack on mosque worshippers, a young Muslim student at the University of Regina found it was time to make a change in the way others perceive her Islamic faith.
Sharing a message of tolerance and understanding, the Islamic Society of Columbus will host an informal event to offer their non-Muslim neighbors a chance to ask questions and get a better understanding of the believes of true Muslims.
A leading Canadian Muslim women group has put up a new billboard to encourage Edmontonians to meet their Muslim neighbors, an effort that follows a wave of hateful anti-Muslim posters in the city.
A multicultural group of European Muslim musicians have been touring the United States to play Islamic music to the public, extending hands of friendship in a climate spoiled by politicians’ hate rhetoric.