"Allahu akbar" is used by most Muslims to celebrate good things, but you wouldn't know that from the way it's been used in terror attacks, TV shows, and movies.
From school boards to Congress, there’s a surge of Muslims running for office nationwide, but they’re having to prove their “Americanness” to voters.
“The reality is, speaking out as a woman can cost you your reputation, your job opportunities,” said one woman who criticized Nouman Ali Khan — and says it speaks to a bigger problem in the community.
“Gagging not only a peace builder but a peace builder you pay and you hire? People should be outraged,” Manal Omar said.
First came the travel ban. Then, the DACA decision. That's why these young undocumented Muslims feel like walking targets — and plan to fight back.
A small group of powerful US Muslims has been a silent force in philanthropy for years. But with Donald Trump in the White House, they can’t stay in the shadows any longer.
After the 9/11 attacks, the Muslim Youth Camp of California's leaders received a threat vowing to “come after the children with knives.” In the Trump era, their fears have only intensified.
“The Greatest” was one of America’s most famous Muslims, but you wouldn’t know that from his official social media pages — and that's a problem. “To ignore Muhammad Ali as a Muslim is to ignore Muhammad Ali as a man.”
“People should see that there are Muslims who are also part of the LGBT community.”
Nabra Hassanen, 17, was fatally beaten with a baseball bat after leaving a Virginia mosque in what police say was a fit of road rage. But local Muslims fear more was behind the motive.
Hours after Trump’s travel ban took effect, someone burned down a small-town Texas mosque. Since then, the mosque has drawn $1 million in donations and countless rosy headlines — so why are its members still terrified?
Controversy isn't new to Ramadan events at the White House, but under President Donald Trump there's a whole new level of political sensitivities.
President Donald Trump's speech on Islam delivered in Saudi Arabia wasn't as bad as some American Muslims had expected, but it's not likely to win them over. "It was definitely awkward."
“Governments and administrations do wrongful things, unconstitutional things, and then they have to be challenged.”
For decades, US Muslims have been demanding religious leaders who understand what it's like to practice Islam in America. Will the turmoil of the Trump years finally make it happen?
The decision by Bayan Claremont seminary to reject grant money shows how toxic relations are between the Trump administration and Muslims. “I got people from every corner of the country, unsolicited, saying thank you so much for turning down this money.”
President Trump's son-in-law quietly met with Muslim activists and businessmen days before the inauguration, but any hope for collaboration faded after Trump took office.
Paul Teller previously worked for Sen. Ted Cruz.
The Institute for Social Policy and Understanding says the majority of Muslims reported experiencing discrimination in the past year and are more anxious than other groups since President Donald Trump's election.
Brigitte Gabriel is the leader of ACT for America.
President Trump’s travel orders have been blocked by judges, but there’s another travel ban in place: a self-imposed one among American Muslims who’d rather stay in the US than risk hassles and humiliation at airports.