US President Donald Trump’s controversial decision to move the US embassy to Al-Quds (Occupied Jerusalem) has united Palestinian Muslims and Christians in their struggle against occupation and politics divisions.
Thousands of protesters in Muslim-majority Indonesia and Malaysia rallied on Friday to condemn the US decision to recognize Al-Quds (Occupied Jerusalem) as Israel’s capital.
Rejecting US President Donald Trump’s decision to move the US embassy to Al-Quds, an American Muslim group organized Friday prayer and rally in front of the White House to protest the move.
Patriarchs and heads of local churches in Al-Quds (Occupied Jerusalem) expressed concern Wednesday over US President Donald Trump’s policy change on the status of the holy city, confirming that the “the Holy City can be shared.”
Leaders of Islamic organizations, groups, and scholars worldwide condemned Wednesday US President Donald Trump’s unilateral decision to move US Embassy to Al-Quds, Occupied Jerusalem, warning that the decision will further destabilize the Middle East.
Donald Trump’s decision to move the American embassy to Al-Quds (Occupied Jerusalem) has sparked fierce condemnations worldwide, with some comparing it to launching “war on 1.5 billion Muslims.”
The Muslim community in North Texas hosted an event Saturday to send a message of peace and unity after controversial Islamophobic retweets from President Trump.
Hurt by the increasing Islamophobic propaganda, Utah Muslims are using outreach and public service to reach out to their community and combat stereotypes.
Speakers at the Islamic Circle of North America’s South Central Convention held Nov. 24-26 in Houston, Texas, didn’t mince words when describing the state of Muslims living in America during the presidency of Donald Trump.
Sunday evening, a specially-invited audience heard US President, Donald Trump, named ‘Islamophobe of the Year’ at a satirical awards ceremony in West London.