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Majority Of Muslims Voted For Biden, But Trump Got More Support Than He Did In 2016.
The stand-up comedians come from different occupations and backgrounds, including award-winning performers based in South Africa and the U.K.
It's usually around this time that Muslim international students would go home and celebrate Ramadan with their families.
Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's longest-serving prime minister, claimed victory in Monday's election but it was not clear whether he could muster a governing majority.
The U.S. and the Taliban have struck a deal that paves the way for eventual peace in Afghanistan.
The suspect had reportedly posted materials online that were vehemently anti-immigrant, prompting federal prosecutors to take over the case.
One of the architects of the CIA's torture program testified that those torture techniques had gone too far and verged on breaking the law.
Sara Netanyahu, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's wife, is charged with fraud and breach of trust
When it comes to serving halal, some retailers may be doing it, but don't trumpet that fact — at least in the United States.
President Trump on Tuesday signed an executive order to keep open the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay.
Pakistan reacted angrily to President Trump's first tweet of 2018, in which he accused the country of taking billions of dollars in U.S. aid while continuing to harbor militants.
Yemeni ports of entry are beginning to see some desperately needed shipments of food and humanitarian aid.
Pentagon Says It's Staying In Syria, Even Though ISIS Appears Defeated.
The city of Boston is launching a poster campaign to fight Islamophobia by encouraging bystanders to intervene, in a nonconfrontational way, if they witness anti-Muslim harassment.