U.S. wars have ‘displaced 37 million people since 9/11’

U.S. wars since 9/11 have displaced at least 37 million people, according to a major new study. The report, by Brown University in Rhode Island,...

Civil rights, healthcare and education top priorities for U.S. Muslims before election

American Muslim organisations have released a poll which reveals that civil rights, healthcare and education are the most pressing priorities for U.S Muslims ahead...

Shaykh Hamza Yusuf denies supporting Israel peace deal, blames media for ‘lying’

Shaykh Hamza Yusuf has denied supporting the UAE-Israel peace deal and has blamed the media for misrepresenting him. Addressing his seeming endorsement of the Israel...

Shaykh Hamza Yusuf supports UAE-Israel peace deal

Shaykh Hamza Yusuf has supported the recent UAE-Israel peace deal that has widely been denounced as a betrayal of the Palestinian cause. The American theologian...

Malak Shalabi: I was the victim of security service entrapment against Muslims

Seattle-based law student Malak Shalabi details what she calls her traumatising experience in 2018 with a spy, U.S government surveillance and attempted entrapment. In 2018...

U.S. judge releases Islamic scholar who was convicted of treason

A U.S. judge has ordered that an Islamic scholar serving a life sentence for soliciting treason after the 9/11 attacks be released from custody...

Abdullah al-Faisal extradited to face terror-related charges in U.S.

The Jamaican Muslim preacher Abdullah al-Faisal has been extradited to the United States to face terrorism-related charges. Al-Faisal, 56, was flown out of the country last...

Ending the tyranny of the U.S. dollar

Veteran Arab journalist Abdel Bari Atwan argues that the inevitable decline of the U.S. dollar will bring relief to so many nations (including Muslim...

U.S. Muslim leader condemns Hagia Sophia decision

The president of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) has condemned Turkey for restoring Hagia Sophia as a mosque. Dr Sayyid M Syeed also called...

Muslim woman files complaint after receiving Starbucks drink with ‘Isis’ written on it

An American Muslim woman has filed a discrimination complaint against the retail corporation Target after she received a Starbucks drink with “Isis” written on the cup.  On June...
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