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What It Feels Like to Be a Muslim Woman After the Death of Nabra Hassanen

Islamophobia remains familiar to the many Muslim families in America.
Nida Allam
6.20.17
Happy Ramadan

This Ridesharing App Will Get You to the Mosque Every Night Through Ramadan

MSociety, a group of Muslim youth coders, is behind the idea, which just launched in Singapore.
Samar Warsi
5.26.17
News

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Donald Trump claims millions voted illegally, the feds say they won't force the removal of Standing Rock pipeline protestors, Cubans to mourn Castro at Revolution Square in Havana, and more.
VICE Staff
11.28.16
Religion

The Muslim Women Creating and Leading Their Own Places of Worship

Despite increased Islamophobia and fear of the Islamic State, groups of Muslim women are striding towards equality by creating their own mosques and becoming imams, or leaders of prayer.
Leila Ettachfini
9.2.16
News

Visiting an Anti-Muslim Hate Group at the Peak of America's Islamophobia

ACT for America aims to promote national security and defeat terrorism—two goals which are, in the group's view, intrinsically threatened by the Islamic faith.
Harmon Leon
12.8.15
News

Young, Gay, and Muslim in the UK

Many gay British Muslims don't feel that they have to choose between their religion and their sexuality, but not a lot of them are fully "out."
Layla Haidrani
11.12.14
Stuff

Cry-Baby of the Week

This week: Some guys in Philadelphia tried to cut off a thief's hands and a guy is suing a restaurant he tried to rob.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
7.28.14
News

Iceland Is About to Get Its First Mosque

Last year, the Reykjavík City Council granted a plot for Iceland’s first mosque, and the Muslim Association of Iceland said they’re about to break ground next week. As you'd expect, everyone is pissed.
Nadja Sayej
6.4.14
News

Furious Buddhists Are Making Life Hell for Sri Lanka's Muslims

Gangs of Buddhists have been roaming the streets of Colombo, administering bloody mob beatings, and attacking places where Muslims work and worship. Economic frustration and potent nationalism finds a convenient scapegoat.
Joseph Cox
8.21.13
News

The Pillaging of the Umayyad Mosque

On October 13, 2012, Aleppo's Umayyad Mosque, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the oldest mosques in the world, suffered extensive fire damage amid fierce fighting between President Bashar al-Assad's forces and the Free Syrian Army. Photographer...
Robert King
6.21.13
News

Hate the Thought of Muslims Being Near You? Call Mosquebusters

The white-collar bigots stopping #creepingsharia one parking space at a time.
Joshua Haddow
4.19.12