When people unite in the interest of doing good, as they did in Albania, they never unite on the basis of some physical attribute they all share, they unite on the basis of a shared value. But when men unite to do evil, they almost always do so on the basis of some attribute to which they can take no credit or blame. It is the frightening reality of our time that we are seeing degrees of racism manifesting itself in our culture and politics everywhere in the world, even in places we thought were impervious to such madness.
Dr. Mohamed Lachemi has been appointed as Toronto's Ryerson University’s ninth president and vice-chancellor, effective April 4, 2016. An award-winning teacher, mentor and professor of civil engineering, Dr. Lachemi is well known for his pioneering research in high-performance materials and advanced technologies.
Amid ever-growing world Muslim population, more companies are building new social media website to cater to the needs of 1.6 billion Muslims worldwide, offering them a platform free from sex, blasphemy or Islamophobic content.
Three young Muslim schoolgirls were left terrified after a gang of youth attacked them, tearing down their hijab and hurling racial abuses at them, in what was described as a "disturbing and brazen" Islamophobic attack.
A French minister has sparked angry accusations of racism after comparing Muslim women who choose to don the Islamic hijab to the "American negroes" who once supported slavery.
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A Muslim mother, whose son was killed by a terrorist, has been honored by US State Department for her courageous fight against radicalization of youth.
Years after taking the decision to become a Muslim, former Pentecostal Christian William Rhew sees himself far from the Muslim stereotype usually pictured in media.
Amid increasing fears of hate attacks, an Alberta Muslim group has launched a new hotline to help people report Islamophobia attacks, incidents of vandalism and discrimination after vandalism of Alberta mosques and an attack on a Muslim woman at the University of Alberta.
Offering work opportunities to felons who have served their term in prison, a Chicago nonprofit Muslim organization has been praised for helping the community by employing the recently incarcerated not to return to jail.