The Presidential election campaigns in the US have begun. Major candidates like former secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Senator Ted Cruz from Texas have thrown their hats into the fray. Once again we confront the challenge, what role can American Muslims play in American politics?
When ten young, confident, opinionated and devout American Muslim women gathered on a panel in Santa Fe, New Mexico, hundreds of people gathered to show support and get a closer look at true Islam
People of different faiths rallied in Greenville, South Carolina, on Sunday to support Muslims against rising sentiments flared by Republican presidential hopefuls.
The construction of three prayer rooms in Perth's new $1.4 billion sporting stadium has been widely welcomed by Australian Muslims, saying the move would help integrate Muslims as part of the society.
A group of Syrian refugees, who had arrived recently in Vancouver, were pepper sprayed at a Canada welcome event on Saturday, January 9, triggering condemnations nationwide against the deplorable attack.
Winning the support of Muslims and non-Muslims, Nahdlatul Ulama, Indonesia’s largest Islamic movement is organizing an interfaith gathering next week to fight extremism and promote the true tenets of Islam.
Feeling the heat of increasing anti-Muslim sentiments, a coalition of US Muslim groups gathered on Saturday, January 9, in Minnesota to challenge Islamophobia and debug myths surrounding their faith.
Despite of increasing anti-Muslim sentiments in the United States, university professors specializing in Arabic, Islam and Middle Eastern studies said they’ve seen increasing numbers of college students taking their courses over the past year out of both curiosity and career preparation.
Debunking stereotypes, hundreds of French mosque are opening their doors this weekend, offering visitors a cup of tea and a chat about true Islam and Muslims, whose image has been shaken in the public by recent attacks.
A leading US Muslim organization has asked GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump to offer a public apology to a Muslim woman verbally abused by the crowd and kicked out of one of his campaign rallies on Friday, January 8, in South Carolina.
The first-ever female Muslim police officer has been hired in New Portland police, making history for the Somali community in Maine.