Concerned about promised of President Donald Trump to create a Muslim registry, San Francisco officials approved a new legislation on Wednesday, February 22, that prohibits city agencies from participating in any program to create such a register.
The recent Executive Orders issued late last month by US President Donald Trump have put the Muslim and Latino communities directly under attack.
The removal of a British Muslim schoolteacher from a journey to New York last week has left his students in shock, despite the court suspension of President Donald Trump’s travel ban.
In a difficult time for Muslims in America, members of the Muslim community is Buffalo, New York, have hosted a conversation about Islamophobia in Buffalo Muslim Council, correcting misconceptions about their faith and reaching out to their neighbors.
Chelsea Clinton, daughter of former president Bill Clinton and Trump’s Democratic challenger Hillary Clinton attended a Muslim solidarity rally on Sunday, amid rising opposition to the controversial Muslim ban.
Hundreds of people will be joining hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons to the “I Am a Muslim Too” march through Times Square in New York City, in response to the uncertainty and anxiety that was created by President Donald Trump’s controversial Muslim ban.
The curious gathered as quickly as the table was set up. The interested came to ask their questions even before the informational materials and brochures were spread. The volunteers from WhyIslam, sported bright yellow T-shirts adorned with the question “Is Life Just A Game?” across the front and with the invitation to “Meet A Muslim”, splayed across the back. What’s more, they certainly drew the attention of passersby during a recent outreach activity in a large and popular Houston, Texas, park.
The Islamic faith is not the cause of terrorism, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Saturday, and urged members of the Muslim clergy to fight back against a “false” interpretation of the religion that permits acts of violence to be carried out in its name.
Dozens of family members and relatives of 9/11 victims gathered on Thursday, February 16, at “The Sphere” in Battery Park, New York, to protest President Trump’s executive order banning people from seven Muslim-majority countries.
Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative (Muslim ARC) relaunched the hashtag on Twitter #BeingBlackAndMuslim to show the challenges of being black and Muslim in today’s America.