Democrats and Republicans alike believe Islam’s ideas about women are outdated. My research, and my life as a Muslim woman with a hijab, show they’re wrong.
Dozens of children, many believed to be under the age of 10 and on their way to summer camps, have been killed after a Saudi-led coalition airstrike hit a school bus in northern Yemen on Thursday.
More than a dozen members of the Maswadah family, including nine children, lay sleeping in tents in the shadow of a cliff in Yemen’s northern governorate of Saada. The nomadic family had been eking out a living raising sheep and doing farm work in the region most heavily targeted by the U.S.-supported, Saudi-led bombing campaign that began in 2015.
Trainers with problematic views on Islam are providing courses on terrorism to police departments across US
Muslim communities face intimidation and violence as leading anti-Islam groups capitalise on increased social media presence.
Al Jazeera documentary on Islamophobia in the United States features the 2016 attack on five Somali men in Minneapolis, and the 2017 bombing of a Bloomington mosque.
The interrelationship between Islam and the West and the struggles that make integration in American and European societies difficult for the Muslims is a major debate these days. An American philosopher and author says Islamophobia is not a new invention and the difficulties faced by Muslims in describing and spreading their faith and the difficulties imposed on them by governments have together created the misunderstandings that have made the interfaith dialogue an arduous task.