After the 9/11 attacks, many Americans faced discrimination and acts of violence due to increased Islamophobia.
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) accused MSNBC host Joy Reid of engaging in "casual Islamophobia" and demanded an apology after Reid compared President Donald Trump's comments to "how Muslims act" in "radicalizing" extremists.
Far-right commentator Laura Loomer has repeatedly called for a ban on all Muslim immigrants to the U.S., blaming all Muslims for radical Islamic terrorism.
"Anti-Muslim bigotry is now being mainstreamed into the DNA of conservative politics," a Council on American-Islamic Relations spokesperson told Newsweek.
Prime Minister Boris Johhnson has announced the launch of a commission to look at "all aspects of racial inequality"
Refusing the traditional peck on the cheek, avoiding handshakes and keeping distance from colleagues were, if practiced by Muslims, signs of "radicalization". Now they're sanitary measures everyone is expected to comply with.
The mosques and Muslim organisations have accused the Equalities and Human Rights Commission of a "dereliction of responsibilities" to British Muslims over its failure to investigate the Conservative Party.
The Taj Mahal is seeing hundreds of thousands of fewer visitors in the wake of protests against a law some accuse as anti-Muslim, Reuters reported.
Mido Mourad said he called police to the TJ Maxx store in Brooklyn, New York City, after a white woman allegedly harassed his family and assaulted him.
Muslim students across California are feeling less comfortable openly stating their religion in school—despite a seemingly lower number of incidents of Islamophobic bullying, according to a new study.
ACT for America—which calls itself as "the nation's largest national security grassroots organization"—was described as "the face of bigotry" by the New York Civil Liberties Union in 2017.
"There is a considerable emphasis placed on understanding the positive aspects of Islam, while there is an absolute absence of any similar focus on the positive aspects of Christianity, Judaism, or any other religion or belief system in the Middle East."
This decision risks creating two Watchlists for two classes of people—Muslims in the U.S. and Muslims everywhere else.
"If you think statistics and facts are racist, I don't know what to tell you," Zhu told CNN host Alisyn Camerota.
Trump has me wondering if the America I always thought to be my America ever think the same of me. But I'm not going anywhere.
Zhu was caught in a row over Muslim women wearing hijabs and said black communities should address violence in their own communities before "blaming others."
"She kept saying she didn't want to fly with them and refused to let the plane take off with them on board," a fellow passenger said.
Joan McInnes is facing an investigation after repeatedly making posts mocking Muslims and disabled people on Facebook.
Despite everything going on, America is still, at heart, a nation of immigrants.
After Trump's election, a child approached my son and said "no offence but see you later man, I guess this is goodbye."
The poll surveyed American Jews, Protestants and Catholics, white evangelicals and the nonaffiliated about their views on Islam.
President Donald Trump's ambassador against anti-Semitism also decried the spread of anti-Jewish sentiment around the world.
"Your deep seeded hate and Islamophobia might be a tool to rally your base, but won't get rid [of] your colleagues. You just have to deal," Democratic congresswoman Ilhan Omar tweeted on Monday.
"Many of the people who are targeting the Jewish community for anti-Semitism are also targeting the Muslim community in Islamophobia," Representative Ilhan Omar said.
"He can sort of stand next to the flag and say, 'We will never forget 9/11,'" Toluse Olorunnipa said.
Renowned atheist author Richard Dawkins ridiculed reports the predominately Muslim nation of Brunei plans to make homosexuality punishable by death, provoking his critics to once again accuse him of anti-Islamic "bigotry."
Islam and Muslims have played a role in Europe for almost as long as Islam itself has existed. But Islamophobic myths of the kind that inspired the New Zealand shooter are becoming ever more mainstream.
Progressive Twitter users lamented the massacre and used it as an example of the consequences of weak laws on gun ownership.