Salih Abdullah was tired of racism and Islamophobia. So like many other African American Muslims, he gave the kingdom a chance.
Mythili Sampathkumar says “extreme vetting” would affect us all. Here's why she says we need to resist.
In the months after 9/11, the US government set up a system to register and interview men from Muslim-majority countries in an effort to combat terrorism. It was quietly shelved after a few years mostly because it didn't work. Trump’s advisors want to bring it back.
Alyssa Haughwout became the caretaker of Brooklyn’s historic Tatar mosque a year ago. She’s now charting the near-empty building’s future.
Mormons in Utah have their own history of religious persecution. But then the state went for Trump, who had proposed faith-based immigration bans. Muslims there are wondering what to make of that.
The young Muslims behind the website “Kosovo if Trump Wins” hope a President Trump won’t weaken ties with their staunchly pro-American country, even if his campaign rhetoric suggests otherwise.
"It’s a really, really scary moment for the Somali community," says refugee advocate Suud Olat.
A Pew study says that 20 percent of Americans who identify as Muslims are converts. With surges in hate crimes and negative media portrayals, here's what makes them faithful.
Valarie Kaur became an activist 15 years ago on 9/11. Today, her heart is breaking, but here’s how she finds hope.
Despite scars from the tragedy, the faithful have returned to Saudi Arabia for another pilgrimage.
Iran and Saudi Arabia have upped the ante in their war of words. Both are now denouncing the other's Islamic legitimacy. The two Persian Gulf powers are already locked in numerous proxy conflicts across the region. The US is not happy about the mess.