The Hummus is a hilarious news website founded by three Muslim guys who wanted a funny outlet to express the frustrations of young Muslims in America.
“What would it be like if men and beards were treated like women and headscarves?”
The hashtag #SwedenLetThemGo is being used to demand the release of a Malaysian couple who have been separated from their children and detained for a month after slapping their 12-year-old son on the hand.
The hashtag #lifeofamuslimfeminist began trending on Twitter Friday, and provided a “snippet of how badass, ruthless and honest, Muslim women” are.
According to a survey of 500 Muslim students in California, 50% said people at school have made mean comments or spread rumors because of their religion. Others said they were physically bullied.
“Wait, they hate us cuz we’re Muslims? I thought they hated us cuz we were hipsters!”
Shiite Muslims around the world today observed Ashura, a religious commemoration of the martyrdom of Hussein, the grandson of the Prophet Muhammad, during the battle for Karbala in in 680 AD. Ashura, which means 10, falls on the 10th day of the sacred month of Muharram. Shiite Muslims often mark the day by wearing black, parading through the streets, and making a pilgrimage to the historical site of Hussein’s death in Karbala, Iraq. Many Shiite Muslims also take part in mourning rituals, such as self-flagellation by whip and knife, and passion plays reenacting Hussein’s death.
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Saudi Arabia’s Human Rights Commission said the beating flouted Islamic Sharia laws, Al Arabiya reported. WARNING: Disturbing content.
The suspect is a female suicide bomber married to an insurgent from the volatile North Caucasus region, not far from where the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi will be held.
A statement from the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque says she was asked to leave after posing for photos outside the prominent place of worship.
Stories of women entering Syria on a “Sex Jihad” have taken the media by storm. But are any of them actually true?
The website Queer Pakistan was launched in July as a platform for Pakistan’s LGBT community in “this Islamic Republic.”
“I would have accepted it if it was in order to make me please Allah — but, off the air, you have no problem talking to me without the hijab.”
The move allows authorities to record sermons, spy on imams, and investigate anyone who prays there without evidence of criminal wrongdoing, reports The Associated Press.
A Fox News host this weekend questioned why a religious scholar who was Muslim would write a book about Jesus. The nerve, right?
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The suspect is currently in police custody, being questioned by Metropolitan Police Service Counter Terrorism Command.
Immediately after registering their union under the United Kingdom’s Civil Partnership Act, the couple filed for asylum fearing they would be killed if they return to Pakistan.
One man, identified as Michael Adebolajo, was reportedly known to a banned Islamist organization.
The Woolwich area of South London is full of members of the English Defense League protesting law enforcement in a tense stand off over Wednesday’s violent attack.
Human Rights Watch has said that the extremely graphic video is further proof that Syria is descending into sectarian violence. WARNING: Graphic content.
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“There’s no surprise that the American people are war weary when their commander in chief is the weariest of all,” Rep. Cotton tells CPAC.
122 Facebook likes, 500 Facebook shares. A very sanitized treatment of a bloody practice. (Updated)
Pamela Geller is a prolific Instagrammer. Pink champagne, Rockettes, pedicures, and a Mitt Romney cameo.
Charlie Hebdo, which was firebombed in 2011 for depicting the Prophet Mohammed on its cover, comes out with a whole Mohammed booklet.
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Many are calling Newsweek’s new cover offensive and sensational. Twitter users are also now actively trolling Newsweek’s #MuslimRage hashtag in protest.