Local grants make splash with Somali girls who get special swimming program
This short video tells a story of two friends separated by the India/Pakistan partition in 1947.
12 Muslim artists display their art work in Oklahoma.
Muslim woman sues New York university for discrimination.
In a recent report analyzing Islamophobia in America, the Council on American Islamic Relations said there has been a decline in Islamophobia in America since 2010, which is a “cause for optimism.”
The power of the American story — E Pluribus Unum. The idea that out of many nations, sects and ethnicities, a community, united and strengthened by its very diversity, can still emerge as one. And as we approach a grim milestone, the 12th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, it's worthwhile to reflect on what Muslim Americans can do to continue to forward this idea that sees us through.
Few books about religious history generate as much publicity as Reza Aslan’s Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth. An immediate bestseller, it kindled a wildfire of controversy after Fox news host Lauren Green questioned why a Muslim would write a book about Jesus.
The Bay Area is home to some 300,000 Muslims, and with Eid-ul-Fitr celebrations just around the corner, Muslim foodies are gearing up to celebrate the state's first "Halal Fest."
On Saturday, 40 Muslim runners came together in Boston to support a cause—helping school children in the rural areas of Attock, Pakistan.