"Whatever the costs of speaking out, far greater was the cost of silence," this Muslim columnist says.
Despite ongoing Islamophobia, American Muslims are having a moment. As one Muslim sportscaster put it: 'Everywhere I look, I see firsts happening."
The Council on American-Islamic Relations said Biden "literally aids, abets and justifies the Israeli apartheid government's indiscriminate bombing."
After the 9/11 attacks, many Americans faced discrimination and acts of violence due to increased Islamophobia.
An unprecedented $1 million effort to persuade Muslim Americans to vote in the 2020 general election—"Million Muslims Voting"—has just been launched by a coalition of Muslim political groups.
Hijabs will now be sold through the Macy's website.
Muslims in America were nearly three times as likely as Christians to say protecting the environment is essential.
Citizens from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen need to have a close relative, a job offer or be a student.
Kris Kobach is redrafting a proposal, created after the 9/11 attacks, to interrogate immigrants from Muslim-majority countries.
Hillary Clinton is promoting her and Tim Kaine's support of religious freedom in response to Trump's criticism of Khizr Khan's speech at the Democratic National Convention.
One lawsuit later, an ad campaign by Muslim comedians goes up, aiming to dispel stereotypes.
Hate crimes in America declined by 8 percent across the board in 2014—yet for Muslims in the U.S., such offenses rose by 14 percent, according to an annual report from the FBI.