Fighting COVID in Gaza With No Resources and Little Food

Lockdown in the Gaza Strip: No stimulus checks, little food, and harsh police measures

Why Muslims Experience More Discrimination Than Other Faith Groups In America

A new study found Muslims experience up to eight times the discrimination that other religious people do at airports, job interviews and other settings.

Pilgrims Return To Mecca As Saudi Arabia Eases COVID Restrictions

A limited number of citizens and residents permitted to enter Mecca’s Grand Mosque during first phase of reopening.

Australian Man Jailed After Stomping On Pregnant Muslim Woman

An Australian man who punched and stomped on a pregnant Muslim woman has been sentenced to three years in prison.

Macron Vows Crackdown On ‘Islamist Separatism’ In France

President Emmanuel Macron’s speech addressed a deep-rooted problem in French society: its enduring difficulty to integrate significant parts of its large, nonwhite, Muslim population of immigrants and their descendants.

Today’s America Reminds Me Of 1990s Bosnia And Herzegovina

A Bosnian genocide survivor compare today’s America to 1990s Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Poll: Muslim American Support For Trump Rises, But Most Plan To Vote For Biden

Muslim support for President Donald Trump nearly doubled in 2020 compared with a year ago, with 30% of Muslims willing to vote for the president, a new poll shows.

There’s A Social Pandemic Poisoning Europe: Hatred Of Muslims

If anti-Muslim prejudice is not targeted, steps to counter racism in Europe in the wake of BLM protests will be meaningless.

Growing Up Muslim In A Post-9/11 Era

Reflections on growing up Muslim in the post-9/11 era, and it's impact ones identity.

For Some Muslim Couples, Gender-Separate Weddings Are The Norm

For some Muslim brides who observe the hijab, weddings, where men and women celebrate in different rooms, creates a space for guests to feel free, while also upholding tradition.

Bilkis: Anti-CAA Protester Among Time’s 100 Most Influential People

An 82-year-old Muslim woman who became the face of a female-led protest against a controversial citizenship law in India’s capital New Delhi has been named to the list of the 100 Most Influential People in 2020 by US-based TIME magazine.

Xinjiang Government Confirms Huge Birth Rate Drop But Denies Forced Sterilization Of Women

Chinese officials have officially acknowledged birth rates in Xinjiang dropped by almost a third in 2018.

At Homeland Security, Anti-Muslim Activist Katharine Gorka Maintained Ties With Islamophobes

Gorka worked on CVE programs, which have faced increased allegations of anti-Muslim bias under Trump, FOIA documents show.

Islamophobia In The Us Presidential Election

Biden is not an anti-Islamophobia candidate. Just take a look at Obama's legacy.

Israel’s Borders Explained In Maps

More than 70 years after Israel declared statehood, its borders are yet to be entirely settled. Wars, treaties and occupation mean the shape of the Jewish state has changed over time, and in parts is still undefined.

The Cost Of Worshiping At One Minnesota Mosque

Dar Al Farooq sought federal grants to protect the mosque and school from threats and harassment. The money didn’t come until an assault near the building landed an imam in the hospital.

Is Islamophobia The ‘Last Acceptable Form Of Prejudice?’

Around the world, From China and India to the U.K. and U.S., reports of hate crimes against Muslims are increasing. In the case of Uighurs and Rohingya Muslims, there is evidence of ethnic cleansing.

War On Terror: 37 Million People Displaced By Us Conflicts Since 9/11

The United States has engaged in over eight major conflicts since it declared its War on Terror 19 years ago, in the wake of the September 11 attacks.

At Least 37 Million People Have Been Displaced By America’s War On Terror

At least 37 million people have been displaced as a direct result of the wars fought by the United States since Sept. 11, 2001, according to a new report from Brown University’s Costs of War project.

‘Kill All You See’: In A First, Myanmar Soldiers Tell Of Rohingya Slaughter

The two soldiers confess their crimes in a monotone, a few blinks of the eye their only betrayal of emotion: executions, mass burials, village obliterations and rape.

Mansa Musa: The Richest Man In The History Of The World

Many historians believe the richest man in the history of the world was Mansa Musa, an African Muslim king who ruled the ancient Malian Empire. We revisit his legendary story and what it means today.

Mulan: Disney Thanks China For Help Filming In Region Where Muslims Jailed

Disney filmed scenes from "Mulan" in Xinjiang, a western Chinese region where the government is detaining and oppressing millions of ethnic Muslims.