Hallandale Beach Commissioner Anabelle Lima-Taub accused Democratic Representative Rashida Tlaib of plotting to "blow up Capitol Hill" in an anti-Muslim Facebook rant.
"We don't think he's suitable as a practicing Muslim to be vice chair because he'd be the representative for ALL Republicans in Tarrant County, and not ALL Republicans in Tarrant County think Islam is safe or acceptable in the U.S."
Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar are the first Muslim women to take office in the U.S. House of Representatives.
"They're looking for something more intersectional," conservative commentator Mark Steyn joked about Democrats.
Texas House Speaker Joe Straus posted online that "this effort is disgraceful and un-American, and Republicans in Tarrant County should defeat it handily."
The U.S. military is already grappling with a seasonal uptick in complaints about unconstitutional Christian iconography and symbols popping up at bases—especially in Muslim countries.
Congressional Democrats are poised to update Capitol Hill rules that would allow lawmakers such as Ilhan Omar to wear religion headwear in the chamber.
"What I'd like to see is things like their worldview...Are they people of faith? Do they have a biblical view of justice?" said Whitaker in 2014.
"I'm saddened that you live in such a home and neighborhood where you feel that I could not be accepted based on this."
"Ammar Campa-Najjar is working to infiltrate Congress," the narrator in the video says. "He's used three different names to hide his family's ties to terrorism."
A major donor and Republican activist behind Ron DeSantis's Florida gubernatorial campaign deleted a tweet calling former President Barack Obama the n-word and a "Muslim."
The parents of children in a New Jersey middle school said they were outraged after learning a social studies teacher had the class read a fictionalized short story about Islamophobia titled "My Name Is Osama" on September 11.
The man was detained on charges of "committing several violations and taking up a post exclusively reserved for Saudis."
On Friday, Alexander Kneginich, now 58, was flown back to the war-torn country after a federal judge, honoring a 2001 warrant from Banja Luka naming him as an abettor in the slayings of three Muslim men on the early morning of March 31, 1994, agreed to send him back.
The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating whether Farmersville, Texas, violated a federal law when it disapproved a proposed cemetery on 34 acres of land by a Plano, Texas-based Muslim association.
Reuters reported that Tehran was supplying missiles to Shiite Muslim militias in Iraq just a day after an Israeli satellite imagery firm alleged Iranian support for missile sites in Syria.
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Eleven children and five adults were found starving and living in squalor in a heavily armed compound without electricity or plumbing.
The lawsuit states that the children felt unwanted at the public swimming pool.