A Muslim civil rights organization says that a record number of groups are spreading hatred of Muslims and have raised more than $200 million in funding since 2008.Read More »
I overheard these words from the mouth of Rep. Matt Shea as I stood in disbelief at the display of hatred and vitriol from the crowd of anti-Muslim protestors rallying outside of the Northeast Community Center.Read More »
it was startling to see that groups claiming to be defending the “American way of life” have organized a rally to protest City Council’s recognition of this ally and supporter of interfaith dialogue.Read More »
Groups with a mission to spread prejudice and hatred against Muslims are coordinated and well financed, according to a report released by the Council on American-Islamic Relations, a Washington-based civil rights group.Read More »
What happens when your worship space burns to the ground, and no one even knows who or what is at fault? How do you go on? An Islamic community in Joplin shows us what resilience looks like and how courage helps to heal.Read More »
American Muslim leaders said they stand against terrorism committed in the name of Islam, trying to distance themselves from the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings who were identified as Muslims with ties to Chechnya.
"We will never allow ourselves to be hijacked by this attempt, and we will not allow the perception to be that there is any religion in the world that condones the taking of innocent life," said Nihad Awad, national executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.Read More »