(RNS) Can more Muslims in the media give us a better understanding of Islam and those who practice it?
Articles tagged “Islamophobia”
(RNS) There is a saying in the Middle East: “Some days are for you, and some days are upon you.” No doubt the latter is the case for Muslims now.
(RNS) More security cameras and more security guards can make Muslims feel safer. But so does the reassurance that most Americans support them.
Muslim leaders fear the husband and wife, both with Muslim-sounding names, who killed 14 people will inspire Islamophobia.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (RNS) A megachurch pastor wants to create a “third way” for evangelicals and Muslims to come together — via Jesus’ parable of the good Samaritan.
(RNS) Muslim leaders are reviewing safety procedures with congregants and, in some cases, organizing counterevents in preparation for a weekend of protests planned by groups known for their anti-Muslim views.
(Reuters) “These kids aren’t going to be happy there,” Mohamed Elhassan Mohamed said of the decision to pull his three children from the Texas school district where son Ahmed was arrested after high school staff mistook his homemade clock for a bomb.
DALLAS — The viral Twitter hashtag supporting the clock-making Texas teen arrested as a terror suspect was launched by a college student, Amneh Jafari.
(Reuters) A Florida gun dealer who received national attention for declaring his store a “Muslim Free Zone” will host a Muslim civil rights leader in his gun class on Saturday, both men said.