UPDATE: CAIR Challenges Trump’s “Muslim Ban” Executive Order; Attorney General tells Justice Department to Stand Down

In response to the executive orders, the Council on American-Islamic Relations announced today that it will hold a press conference in Washington, D.C.Monday to announce the filing of a federal lawsuit on behalf of 20 or more individuals challenging the”Muslim ban” executive order. [Read more…]

Moving Beyond Slacktivism on Syria: Samar’s Story

Samar’s story is one of hundreds of thousands of stories of Syrians whose lives have been cut short by war, but it’s one of the few that carries a name. Too many of these legacies have faded to numbers. In Aleppo in recent days, more than 82 civilians have been reported killed. We don’t know their names. [Read more…]

Ten Self-Care Tips for Faith-Based Activists

By Saud Inam First and foremost Eid Mubarak to my Muslim brothers and sisters. I pray every one of us had an amazing and spiritually fulfilling Ramadan and may Allah accept all of our fasting, prayer, and supplications. Ameen. I know for myself and maybe the world and the Muslim community in particular had a [Read More…]

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Year in Review: Top Ten Good Muslim News Stories of 2015

By Altmuslim Editors Sure, we could talk about the Paris attacks, Charlie Hebdo, Isis, San Bernardino, Donald Trump, Islamophobia, anti-Muslim rhetoric and other things that made 2015 a difficult year for Muslim news, but why not end 2015 and look to 2016 by focusing on the positive? Because a lot of good things happened in [Read More…]

“Jihadi John” Most Likely Killed by Drone Strike

By Altmuslim Staff News reports are coming in fast and furious that the U.S. military is “reasonably sure”  a drone strike in Syria has killed the ISIS executioner known as “Jihadi John.” U.S. and British officials are seeking more information to confirm this. Army Col. and U.S. military spokesperson Steven Warren told reporters that a [Read More…]

How Well is the U.S. Prepared to Welcome and Support Refugees?

By Malika MacDonald Given the refugee crisis that is gripping Syria, Iraq, Pakistan, and Turkey and spilling into Europe after years of bloodshed in Syria, the pressure is on the Obama Administration to accept more refugees into the United States. But aside from the debates and questions about how best to help refugees and how [Read More…]