"Rep. Boebert's hateful, anti-Muslim statements pose real-life dangers," said Muslim Advocates and Bend the Arc: Jewish Action.
On Tuesday, a second video surfaced of Colorado GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert calling a Muslim Congress member a part of the "Jihad Squad."
Trump said Omar "should apologize for marrying her brother" and lashed out at her for "abandoning" Somalia, a country she left as a 12-year-old refugee.
"This is a pox on all our houses. And I would just tell you, this rhetoric, this type of commentary, has to stop," one Republican congressman said.
The spat between the Republican lawmakers comes just one day after Congresswomen Lauren Boebert and Ilhan Omar connected over the phone to discuss an apology for Boebert's anti-Muslim comments.
"I told Ilhan Omar that she should make a public apology to the American people for her anti-American, anti-Semitic, anti-police rhetoric," Boebert said in a video recounting their contentious phone call.
Instead of apologizing for "Islamophobic comments and fabricated lies" Boebert "refused to publicly acknowledge her hurtful and dangerous comments," Omar wrote.
"Saying I am a suicide bomber is no laughing matter.... Normalizing this bigotry not only endangers my life but the lives of all Muslims," Rep. Ilhan Omar said.
The Georgia Republican posted an Islamophobic tweet, claiming the Muslim congresswoman and fellow progressives are "terrorist sympathizers."
Critics of Boebert's "chest feed" remark called it homophobic and insulting to the estimated 228,000 same-sex parents raising children in the United States.
Mohammed Zubi was told 'We don't negotiate with terrorists" after he asked if he could finish a math assignment at home, according to students.
"We can no longer be silent," the Democratic Minnesota progressive lawmaker tweeted.
"Imagine being a child and stripped of your clothing in front of your classmates," wrote Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad on Facebook.
The student removing flags from a 9/11 memorial at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.
April Powers: "The world that we're in right now leaves very little room for error. Canceling someone is a sport and in this case, is a blood sport."
April Powers, a Black Jewish woman, leaves the role after her post sparked a backlash from Muslim and Palestinian members.
Muhammad Kashif said he recognized one of the attackers as someone who had previously verbally abused him.
Two women were attacked within about 60 minutes by a suspect making anti-Muslim statements.
Thirteen young people from various locations in France face potential prison time and fines.
Members of Parliament unanimously passed a motion from the New Democratic Party in the House of Commons on Friday, less than a week after a driver mounted a sidewalk and plowed into a family on a walk in London, Ontario.
"It's crazy to think how much people are supporting this, even people who don't know the family or aren't event from London, they didn't even hesitate to donate," Sana Yasir, the family friend who created the GoFundMe, told Newsweek.
Ahmed made his remarks after a newly published study documented the underrepresentation of Muslims across 200 popular films.
"As usual, the far right is ginning up hate against Rep. Omar for a technical question about an ongoing investigation... And now some of her own Democratic colleagues are ginning up the same Islamophobic hate against her," a statement from her office stated.
"There is evidence that this was a planned, premeditated act motivated by hate. We believe the victims were targeted because of their Islamic faith," Deputy Superintendent Paul Waight told reporters on Monday.
Worshippers attending a prayer service at their local mosque were assaulted with eggs and other items in a drive-by attack this week.
Nahla Ebaid and her husband were shopping at a Walgreens in Florida when an unidentified blond woman began verbally abusing them.
Kevin J. Johnston attempted a "citizen's arrest" after provoking conflict with a Dave's No Frills employee. Johnston was subsequently arrested on assault charges.
A 13-year-old student in France accused her teacher of Islamophobia last year, prompting her father to launch a social media campaign against him, which ultimately led to his brutal murder.
Ali Imdad says he was disappointed the driver threatened to throw him off the bus after her remarks.
After the 9/11 attacks, many Americans faced discrimination and acts of violence due to increased Islamophobia.