U.S. District Judge Ann Donnelly of the Eastern District of New York temporarily blocked President Donald Trump’s travel ban on Saturday.
Donald Trump's entire presidential campaign began with his controversial stance on immigration and his plans to target Muslims.
This morning, the call to prayer, the Adhan, woke me just after 4 am as it came from the three crackly loudspeakers at the mosques that surround my house. I have been on an extended stay on the African and 99% Muslim island of Zanzibar for the past couple of months, working with the Zanzibar […]
Considering the candidates' responses to the crisis, it appears the nation should get ready for the country's first First Spouse, Bill Clinton.
Trump offered to make an exception for Khan regarding a ban on Muslims traveling to the U.S., but the longtime politician rejected the offer, saying, "This isn't just about me."
A California woman displayed her disdain towards a group of praying Muslims by hurling insults in their direction and even threw coffee at one of them.
The statement, which Trump posted following a tweet that called out what he believes to be the "extraordinary influx of hatred and danger coming into our country" -- states the ban should be in place until "our country's representatives can figure out what's going on."
President Jerry Falwell Jr. of Liberty University, one of the largest Christian universities in the world, is being criticized for urging students to get concealed weapons to "end those Muslims."
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said the United States should "absolutely" never elect a Muslim president.
A White supremacist has been convicted of plotting to build and use a radiation device to kill President Barack Obama and Muslims.
Muslim organizations have banded together to raise $100,000 in an effort to help rebuild Black churches in the South that were torched in recent months,…
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