The phrase was never meant to be a sign of delusional hope and promises made to be broken.
Salaat First has more than ten million downloads and sold location data to Predicio, which is linked to a U.S. contractor which works with ICE.
Isolated in the family home, some young Muslims felt “suffocated” and unable to speak about mental health issues.
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Bilkis Bano became the face of the longest peaceful protest against the controversial citizenship law in India.
Historians and activists say the plan to rename a Mughal museum is in sync with the idea of a Hindu nation.
Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang face enhanced crackdown from Chinese authorities under the guise of protecting against the coronavirus pandemic.
Muslim Uighurs living overseas say they can’t seem to escape China’s long arm of surveillance and that Southeast Asian governments have been mostly silent.
Inspired by Ramadan, several Muslim organizations and individuals are donating their time and money to aid those hit hard by COVID-19.
Some of the most crucial reporting on Uighur Muslims comes from the U.S. government-funded Radio Free Asia channel in D.C.
Muslim essential workers across industries prepare for the challenges of working through the coronavirus pandemic while fasting for Ramadan.
Violent clashes between rival groups over a citizenship law suggested “this could go down a pretty dark path,” said one expert.
LEAK: Secret Documents Show How China Targets Muslims for 'Re-Education' Camps — and Spies on Their Families
The vast majority of people were interned for mundane behavior like wearing a hijab, having “thick beards,” visiting a foreign website, or applying for a passport.