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.
Keith Ellison, the first Muslim elected to Congress, is backed by Democratic Party’s heavy weight figures to become the next chairman of the Democratic National Committee.
Billionaire businessman Donald Trump defeated former secretary of state Hillary Clinton in hard-fought election, giving the liberal world its worst nightmares.
The 2016 election is not only creating conversations in the US but all around the world.
So what do others think about the US election?
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.
Feeling the power of a unity vote for the first time, American Muslims are gearing up to Tuesday’s vote to choose a new president for their country, driven by hope of making their voice heard and fear of the consequences of the close race.
With the presidential election just one week away, it probably came to no one’s surprise that throngs of people flocked to the 43rd annual Village Halloween Parade in New York City Monday night dressed as either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.
A Muslim girl addresses politicians who keep getting it wrong when talking about Muslim Americans, terrorism and the fight against extremism.
Muslims make up about 1 percent of America`s 322 million population, according to a Pew research study released in January, 2016.
To say Islam, its adherents and so-called faith-based terrorism has been one of the main focuses of the US presidential election is a bit of an understatement.
Political rhetoric surrounding “radical Islamic terror” has been rampant this election cycle, ranging from some candidates urging American Muslims to be vigilant and “on the front lines” of defeating terror to others advocating for a complete ban on all foreign Muslims attempting to enter into the United States.