OHIO – Choosing between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Muslim voters will flock to polling stations next Tuesday, November 8th. Polls will be ...
As American Muslims go to polling stations today, November 8, many Muslim residents in Queens, New York, are expressing a palpable sense of tension and fear what the future may hold for them under Donald Trump presidency should the Republican candidate emerge victorious at the polls.
The video presents a simple explanation of America' Electoral College and how the country's new president is picked.
LONDON — As the keeps all eyes focused on Americans queuing to pick a new president for the next four years, a Middle East airline launched an advertising campaign that took a swipe at Donald Trump's original plan to ban Muslims from the US.
Suzanne Barakat reflects on how she and her family reclaimed control of their narrative, Barakat calls on us to speak up when we witness hateful bigotry and express our allyship with those who face discrimination.
A British Muslim mother has complained that her seven-year-old boy was reported to police after his school mistaken a piece of brass the boy had for a bullet.
More than 100 Alabama Muslims gathered outside the Hoover Crescent Islamic Center to pray for rain, as the Birmingham Water Works Board announced their customers are under a Stage Four "Extreme Drought Emergency" as of last Friday.
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Emphasizing the spiritual and peaceful aspects of Islam, a South Africa Muslim social cohesion advocate released on Sunday, November 6, a new book documenting the life-time journey of hajj, offering a different image of Islam
As Election Day draws closer, Arab Americans are heading to the polls with the rhetoric of this year's presidential campaign ringing in their ears.
America’s first-ever Muslim superheroine, Ms Marvel, has taken a break from fighting the forces of evil and dedicated all her superpowers to bringing out Americans, including Muslims, the vote on Tuesday.