“Any time we advance religious freedoms, it’s a win for all persons of faith,” declares Air Force's Maj. Gen. Steven Schaick. “This is a big day not just for Muslims, but for persons of all … [Read more...]
About the MOST Story Bank ...
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.
ArchDaily presents a listicle of the top ten historical sites in Iran. The architecture blog makes the point that most travelers might not have the opportunity to visit the country, given the current … [Read more...]
The Marvel Comics Universe is set to get a new Muslim hero this March when Issue 13 of the Magnificent Ms. Marvel is released. Donning blue hair, the Arab-American superhero hails from Dearborn, … [Read more...]
In 2002, educator Afeefa Syeed was looking for a new home for her start-up school for Muslim children. She had started Al Fatih academy with another teacher, Pervin Divleli, in Herndon, Virginia. Both … [Read more...]
"So this is what pork tastes like..." In this op-ed, Abrar Al-Heeti (a journalist and practicing Muslim) explains her journey into... "fake meat" products (i.e. vegan products "designed for halal and … [Read more...]
Teen Vogue's culture and entertainment director Dani Kwateng-Clark writes about the significance of this year's Golden Globe wins from Ramy Youseff and Awkwafina. Youseff took home the Best Lead Actor … [Read more...]
Known primarily for her work in film, video and photography, Shirin Neshat, 62, is an Iranian visual artist who is currently the subject of a one-woman show at the Broad museum in Los Angeles entitled … [Read more...]
The new year kicks off with Shalom Habibi - a new comedy tour showcasing Muslim, Arab and Jewish comedians. The show will be presented at cultural centers across America. The founders of the troop … [Read more...]
“Normally, a woman’s role is to take care of the household, family and children,” Umm Yasser, a Bedouin member of the Hamada tribe, explains to a Los Angeles Times reporter. “Hiking is the first time … [Read more...]