Pro-Kurd media shared footage of Syrians burning burqas and cutting their beards after the Syrian Democratic Forces defeated ISIS in an area of Raqqa.
Critics demand American Muslims renounce terrorism and integrate but ignore American Muslims who have done just that.
The man allegedly stabbed his daughter to death after she planned to convert to Islam.
Women argued their rights were being infringed upon by the ban.
Militant groups and separatists leaders denied responsibility for the attack, which has already led to right-wing protests in the restive region of Kashmir.
Qatar has become a proxy fight between Iran and Saudi Arabia, with the U.S. on the sidelines.
Religious and national-origin based discrimination in immigration policy may be permissible.
The religious groups' opposition to Starbucks came after a video of company chairman Howard Schultz making pro-LGBT comments circulated online.
The messages were printed in a hotel in the Taksim district of Turkey's largest city.
Trump's travel ban will affect people from Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Libya, Iran and Yemen.
Citizens from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen need to have a close relative, a job offer or be a student.
The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI had warned about vehicle-ramming attacks, but this method is usually associated with Islamist extremists and jihadis.
The report also revealed that 51 percent of all refugees were children in 2016.
The local Republican Party-sponsored event that sparked the demonstrations focused on "the threat of the global Islamic movement."
Authorities say the naming will help to build bridges with other religions.
There are fears the war across the border in the Philippines will kickstart a flood of militants across the border.
Cows are considered holy in India, and vigilante groups are murdering beef-eaters to protect bovines.
They reaffirm that his Executive Order Travel Ban is a Muslim Ban.
Trump's use of the term "travel ban" and references to Muslims being its target have previously informed rulings against the executive order.
The lingering "stigma" of the Fourth Circuit's travel ban ruling