How Two Muslim-American Women Celebrate Eid-al Fitr
Two Muslim-American women discuss how they teach and share tolerance and kindness through design during Islam's holy month.
Why Muslims Celebrate Ramadan
The holy month of fasting is expected to begin Wednesday or Thursday evening
What Muslim Life In America Really Looks Like
The diversity of Muslims in the United States is vast, and so is the breadth of the Muslim American experience. Relaying short anecdotes representative of their everyday lives, nine Muslim Americans demonstrate both the adversities and blessings of Muslim American life.
How to be a Mindful Muslim: An Exercise in Islamic Meditation
Nov 21 Dec 01 Sep 13 Jan 02 Download the PDF PDF Watch BTS Video BTS Video Infographic Infographic Watch Animation Animation Introduction In the name of Allah, the Gracious, the Merciful Modern life involves a daily bustle of noise, distraction, and information overload. Our senses are constantly stimulated from every direction …
How We as Muslims Celebrate Christ (peace be upon him)
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Understanding why SCOTUS Upheld the Muslim Ban
Understanding why SCOTUS Upheld the Muslim Ban ( 27 June 2018) www.atlah.org The Manning Report ~ twitter.com/DrJamesDManning facebook.c...
How should anti-black racism in the Muslim community be tackled?
Recently, a video emerged of Muslim preacher partaking in racist anti-black street preaching in Birmingham, on Eid day, saying, "brothers, we're not black, let's stop talking like we're black".
Celebrating 100 Days of School
KSD students celebrated 100 days of school by doing crafts, activities and dressing like they are 100 years old.
Pope Francis and top Muslim leader meet at the Vatican
“The meeting is the message,” the pope said as he welcomed Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb.
Here's Why MYNA is a Game Changer for Muslim Youth
Muslim Youth organizations such as MYNA change the game, providing an environment where American principles and Muslim ideologies happily merge.
Conference Focuses on How “Social Invisibility” of African-American Muslims Leads to...
19 August 2017 Share This A few days before the third Black Muslim Psychology Conference, Kameelah Mu’min Rashad and her husband Qasim Rashad were looking for another venue. They were expecting 150 people but registration numbers were growing. The Philadelphia based couple is the heart and soul behind the Muslim Wellness Foundation, a Muslim mental health organization. They moved the venue to the Presidential in East…
What Motivates Generosity? Researchers Study Muslims and Catholics
Generosity is accepted and encouraged as a practice, but the reasons behind the behavior are not well understood. An interdisciplinary team of faculty working with Arizona State University’s Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict are exploring what motivates people to be generous and how religion influences their actions.
What to tell young American Muslims
Sahar Alsahlani, a member of the Executive Council of Religions for Peace, USA, reacts to the rhetoric against Muslims in light of recent terror attacks, and discusses how young Muslims can counter the vitriol.
What It's Like Being Muslim In America Right Now
Being Muslim in America is watching the country praise Muhammad Ali one day and an outpour of racist comments the next. It's seeing how quickly smiles ...
How Mary can be a bridge between Christians and Muslims
In an era when Islamophobia is on the rise, it seems especially important for Catholic Christians to know that in addition to sharing our belief in the one God, Muslims also share a reverence for Mary.
How Islamophobia Hurts Muslim Women the Most
Violence against Muslims has skyrocketed in recent years, and especially since the Paris terror attacks. For an increasing number of hijab-wearing women, misogyny is combining with Islamophobia to especially toxic effect.
Photos: How Philly Muslims 'show up and show out' for Eid
A look at the fashion worn for Eid al-Fitr, the celebration that ends Ramadan.
Eid al-Adha: 3 Questions to Ask Your Muslim Neighbor
While Muslims reject substitutionary atonement, they celebrate Abraham’s sacrifice—leaving open a door for gospel conversation.
Why resentment is growing between Christians and Muslims in Marseille
Jan 8, 2015 9:00 pm EST 0comments We return now to France Yesterday’s attacks, among other things, put a spotlight on the growing tensions between the country’s Muslim and immigrant community and a large portion of French society. NewsHour’s Megan Thompson got a firsthand account of that divide on a recent reporting trip to the southern the city of Marseille. MEGAN THOMPSON: This city of more than 850,000 is France’s second largest and one of its most diverse. About 500 miles southeast of…
Celebrating 20 Years of God's Faithfulness
Pastor Dale Satrum - "Lessons Learned from 20 Years at Foothills"