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White Shooters: Blame Mental Health, Others: Terrorism

As details emerge of the murder of 26 people and injury of 20 more at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, President Donald Trump was quick to brand the attack a “mental health problem”, sparking criticism on social media.

Texas Muslim Students Build Bridges

The University of Texas Muslim and non-Muslim students are coming together in several events hosted by the Muslim Student Association as a part of its outreach efforts to build bridges and dispel myths.

Hurricane Harvey

Harvey Victims Thank Generous Muslims

Severely flooded by Hurricane Harvey, Houston residents have shared gratitude to Arab and Muslim Americans, who rushed to open their mosques to shelter them and offer heaps of donations to those in need.

Mosques Shelter Hurricane Harvey Victims

As Texas’ biggest church closed doors during Hurricane Harvey, dozens of mosques welcomed people of all faiths to its facilities, sheltering those forced to leave their homes devastated by hurricane floods and rain.

Muslim Vlogger Counters Harassment with Smile

An American Muslim vlogger who shares thoughts on fashion, recipes, books and religions on her YouTube channel has fallen victim to Islamophobic rhetoric, as Muslim women face increasing hate crimes in the US.

Houston Muslims Prepare for Ramadan Challenge

For Muslims around the world, preparing for the long days that mark a summer Ramadan means gathering food for suhoor and iftar, planning menus, teaching children the true meaning of fasting, and ensuring one’s own fast and spiritual journey during this most holy of months is fulfilling and rewarding.



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