In a time of increasing hate crimes and Islamophobia, Muslim women’s hijab is becoming a symbol of resistance and feminism, with women of different faiths donning it to express solidarity with Muslim women.
American fencer and Olympic medalist Ibtihaj Muhammad wrote an open letter to President Trump in which she criticized his “campaign of terror” against American ideals.
Disappointed by rising anti-Muslim sentiments, hundreds of South Bay residents turned out at a Santa Clara mosque, California, forming love rings to express solidarity with their Muslims coworkers, neighbors and colleagues.
Facing complicated immigration climate, Latinos and Muslims in Los Angeles, Southern California, are forging a new unity as they seek to learn more about their rights in Trump’s America.
A leading American Islamic group and a Missouri Islamic center joined their hands to prepare a mosque open day for Trump supporters and Republicans in General, an event aimed at building bridges of understanding in a polarized country.
A Canadian leading national guiding group has cancelled its annual trip to California, over concerns that some of its members may be refused entry at the southern border, as President Donald Trump’s new US travel ban comes into effect on Thursday.
Amid rising tensions surrounding American Muslims, a Children exhibition in Manhattan has achieved unexpected huge success, as organizers say that education will beat ignorance and hate.
An American school teacher from Illinois has been wearing a hijab since President Trump announced the travel ban at the end of January.
When Rahaf Khatib, the first hijabi Muslim athlete to appear on cover of a fitness magazine, races in April’s Boston marathon, she will be making several records.
Amid rising political tension, stirred by President Trump’s revised ban on people from six Muslim countries, Georgia mosques opened their doors to their neighbors, answering questions and correcting misconceptions about Islam.