In the mountains of Lancaster, New Hampshire, as crowds roam the grounds of Roger's Campground, a bearded figure in overalls and cowboy hat leans over an assemblage of cookware, preparing a meal that will be served, at no charge, to the masses gathered for a week long celebration of liberty.
Lena Khan makes her first feature-length film, "The Tiger Hunter," a comedy about the struggles of being an immigrant in America in the 1970s.
Saffron Road, a frozen food section staple, was one of the biggest supporters of the Halal Food Festival and is the only frozen entree brand sold nationally which is Halal Certified, Grass-Fed, Antibiotic or Hormone Free, and Certified Humane. The company caters to Muslim and non-Muslim natural food lovers alike.
Halal Fest, California's first halal food and Eid festival returns for its second year with more food, carnival games, rides and entertainment.
Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting, began on June 28. Muslims around the world abstain from food, drink and sexual relations from sunrise to sunset during the holy month. Ramadan is also a time of spiritual reflection, improvement and increased devotion and worship.
The International Ramadan Photography Competition (IRPC) is a visual celebration of the holy month of Ramadan, which displays the many ways Muslims celebrate Ramadan around the world. The fourth annual competition has three categories: Spiritual, Culture and Architecture, which invites viewers to submit photos that 'Capture the spirit of Ramadan.'
Ali Mir, better known as DJ Halal, is looking to make his broadcast return with the launch of a Kickstarter campaign this week to bring his popular show, "In the Mix with DJ Halal" back online after hiatus.
Muslims of all ages dance to Pharrell Williams' hit song 'Happy' all over the United Kingdom.
Formerly known as Cat Stevens, Yusuf Islam receives Rock and Roll's highest honor.
Muslims Protest Katy Perry Video As "Blasphemous"
The top ten best destinations for Muslims Travelers
It's hard to describe a 9th grade boy who has the courage to stand up on stage and address more than 400 people by making a simple statement with such great authority: 'I am going to cure leukemia'.
Pimentel's lawyers argued their case is an example of "overzealous policing" since 9/11