One of the biggest issues most new Muslims have to cope with at some point is a feeling of isolation. They are in-between worlds; they no longer fit comfortably in the non-Muslim world and they haven’t yet found their place in the Muslim world.
The Muslim family that received hateful messages in their mailbox last week have been showered with letters of love collected by their neighbors, who were devastated by the news.
Deedra Abboud, an Arizona 45-year-old Muslim attorney who is running for senate, has received unexpected support from her incumbent Republican opponent, after becoming victim to repeated racial online abuse.
Hundreds of people of all faiths rallied on Tuesday evening, July 11, to show support and love to Muslims across Middle Tennessee after a mosque was vandalized with bacon and hate graffiti.
In the latest episode of a series of attacks targeting mosques in the west, a window in a Radford, Nottingham, mosque has been smashed as worshippers prayed inside, an attack which sparked support from the larger community.
When Omer Abdelgader, the president of the Islamic Association of Central Connecticut, discovered a shirt with hate messages at his door, he did not expect the enormous positive outcome from community.
A few hours after a Muslim man was killed and 10 injured in Finsbury Park mosque attack, heartwarming messages of support poured in, sending a message of unity and love.
A Muslim man has died and ten others have been injured after a van ploghed into a group of worshippers near a north London mosque in a terrorist attack targeting the British Muslim community.
Why are many new Muslims not able to continue as practicing Muslims a few months after accepting Islam? Do they get the support they need after declaring their faith? Or are they soon neglected?
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.