In 2016, Donald Trump ran for president, in part, on banning Muslims. The Muslim Ban was a product of his first month in office. So, it would have been logical for Democratic candidates to express their concerns about the Muslim Ban and emphasize their commitment to upholding our nation’s constitutional ideals of protecting religious minorities.
But at the first round of Democratic presidential debates of the campaign season, none but one of the 20 candidates on stage even mentioned Muslims or the Muslim Ban. On Wednesday night, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said, “I’m proud to have been the first governor to stand up against Donald Trump’s heinous Muslim ban.” Aside from this one comment, however, Muslims didn’t come up.Continue Reading
“Kindness is a mark of faith. Those who aren’t kind have no faith,” Shayma Ismaa’eel captioned the image taken outside an Islamic convention.Continue Reading
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Advocates urge politicians to find a fix to undo controversial executive order upheld by US Supreme Court.Continue Reading
A journalist has been kidnapped inside US territories without any charge or crime. On Sunday January 13, the FBI abducted American-born journalist and anchor Marzieh Hashemi , born Melanie Franklin, upon arrival at St. Louis Lambert International Airport in St. Louis, Missouri, , according to her family and friends.Continue Reading
Nazma Khan, who immigrated to the United States from Bangladesh at age 11, faced years of shaming over wearing a headscarf in New York.Continue Reading
Washington, Nov 14 (PTI) Over 8,400 hate crime incidents – including 24 against Sikhs, 15 against Hindus and over 300 against Muslims – were reported in the US in 2017, according to an FBI report.Continue Reading