The attack happened as a prominent religious scholar was delivering a lecture about the teachings of Islam.
“If a Muslim woman was nominated to SCOTUS you would see Republicans lose their mind about her religious background,” Rep. Ilhan Omar tweeted.
"We understand that we have hurt many of our Muslim brothers and sisters, and I’m incredibly disheartened by this," the singer wrote.
“Allah? He’s not going to help you right now,” an officer told Muhammad Muhaymin Jr. as he was being pinned down with a knee on his neck.
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Mark Kevin Lloyd has a history of making Islamophobic statements. Civil rights groups want him out.
People of faith around the world are turning to prayer during the Covid-19 pandemic. But why exactly do we pray? It turns out, prayer isn’t just about religion. And while the ways people pray vary widely, the basic human need to reach out to something outside of ourselves is universal.
Muslim medical workers continue to provide essential services in the U.S. and around the world — even while fasting for Ramadan
"At this time of need ... Ramadan brings hope for people."