According to Huffington Post: People from various faiths came together in a moving act of solidarity for the victims of the Tree of Life synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Oct. 27, as well as a … [Read more...]
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The MOST Story Bank is a live archive of stories on the most current events, people and cultural perspectives of Muslims in America and around the world. With writers in mind, MOST carefully selects story-driven news from the most reputable published sources.
During the Islamic State's occupation of Mosul, a Muslim family hid two ancient Syriac Orthodox books to prevent their destruction from the extremist group, putting their lives at great risk. Upon … [Read more...]
British politicians (such as Transport Minister Nusrat Ghani and Baroness Sayeeda Warsi) and historians are calling for the first British Muslim Second World War heroine, Noor Inayat Khan, to be the … [Read more...]
A Muslim Sufi pacifist, Noor Inayat Khan was an unlikely candidate to spy for Britain against the Nazis. She trained for the Women’s Auxiliary Airforce and was later recruited as a secret agent for … [Read more...]
Sameeha Shaikh recently wrote an historical account of WW2 Heroine Noor Khan for the Telegraph UK and in this new op-ed, says that the "presence of Inayat Khan on a £50 note has the potential to … [Read more...]
As her first solo venture as a British royal, the Duchess of Sussex and former actress Meghan Markle has teamed up with the women of Al-Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre in West London to launch … [Read more...]
"As immigrant communities become more prominent within Canadian society, there needs to be more outreach within those communities to bring more families into the foster-care movement," states Shahzad … [Read more...]
Leila Ali Elmi has made history as the first East African, Muslim woman and Somali to be voted into the Riksdag (as the Swedish parliament is referred). Face2Face Africa reports that Ms. Elmi ran … [Read more...]
In light of the Driver Ban lifting in Saudi Arabia and other Women's Rights gains across the Middle East and North Africa, scholars Benjamin G. Bishin and Feryal M. Cherif ask some pertinent … [Read more...]
Last month, Vox and other news publications reported that the United Nations Human Rights panel had accused the Chinese government of unfairly cracking down on Uighurs, an ethnic Muslim minority in … [Read more...]