Religion News Service reports: More than 130 American Muslim leaders and scholars have signed an open letter condemning the Chinese government’s continued persecution and detention of the mostly … [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.
Dominique Ray, 42, was pronounced dead at 10:12 p.m. last night due to a lethal injection at the state prison in Atmore, Alabama. Ray was a Muslim inmate who had filed a legal challenge because he … [Read more...]
As Huffington Post accounts: Two years ago this week, Trump signed Executive Order 13769, which barred citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries, including Yemen, from entering the U.S. (It has … [Read more...]
The Turken Foundation has purchased the home of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali and plans to turn the property into a summer school for Muslim youth. Located at the edge of the Joseph River in Berrien … [Read more...]
On the evening of January 28, 2017, immigration attorney Hassan Ahmad headed to Dulles International Airport in Virginia. It was the day after Trump announced his travel ban against immigrants and … [Read more...]
A new program in Philadelphia brings together students from the three Abrahamic faiths: Islam, Judaism and Christianity. Middle and high school students from Al-Aqsa Islamic Academy, Jack M. Barrack … [Read more...]
Shahid Shafi is a surgeon, a city councilman in Southlake, Tex., and vice chair of the Tarrant County Republican Party. Recently, a small faction of Tarrant County Republicans tried to remove Mr. … [Read more...]
As the director of Darul Amaanah Academy in Wilmington, Del, Tahsiyn Ismaa’eel had a simple goal -- to facilitate a pool-day for her Muslim campers. The closest city pool, Foster Brown, is practically … [Read more...]
Thanks to the Library of Congress, the only known existing autobiography of a slave written in Arabic in America is now freely available to the public online. Born in 1770, Omar ibn Said lived in … [Read more...]