(RNS) – Thousands of organizations and individuals have signed onto statements in support of the minority lawyers, who face possible life sentences over charges of setting fire to an empty police vehicle.
(RNS) — In a culture that values autonomy, faith traditions must speak up for the most vulnerable members of the human family who cannot do so in their own defense.
(RNS) — For many American converts, hajj is more than the fulfillment of a sacred ritual: It’s the first chance to experience a completely Muslim environment.
(RNS) — Last Sunday, The Tennessean, a Gannett newspaper, ran a full-page advertisement in its print edition that perpetuated disinformation, aimed at inspiring fear, and ultimately hate.
(RNS) — Interfaith work means saying ‘Amen’ to other people’s invocations and reading others’ Scripture. At what point is accommodating other faiths’ beliefs still fruitful?
(RNS) — Civil rights advocates are accusing Miami correctional officers of violating the teen’s religious rights.
(RNS) — Through mutual aid, activists and faith leaders argue, communities can bring to life a better world — one that is free of hierarchies.
(RNS) — Islam has a deep backstory in the continuing drama of resistance, protest and race in America.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The kingdom said that only people of various nationalities already residing in the country would be allowed to perform the hajj.
(RNS) — The Justice Department argues that Stafford County violated the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act by imposing overly restrictive regulations on the Muslim graveyard.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — ‘Today’s Supreme Court decision gives a much-needed reprieve to the many DACA recipients,’ said the Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, head of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference. ‘ ... Yet we cannot lose sight of what’s really not working here: this was the job of Congress, not the executive or judicial branch.’
(RNS) — The law’s signing comes amid explosive allegations by former national security adviser John Bolton that Trump told Chinese President Xi Jinping to continue building the prisonlike camps.
(RNS) — Healing Path Wellness Services in South Minneapolis burned down during protests. But the Somali community the mental health clinic serves needs it more than ever.
(AP) — Dozens of American Muslim organizations have called for reforms including prohibiting racial profiling and maneuvers that restrict the flow of blood or oxygen to the brain.
(RNS) — Guns at church, the rituals of dying and other top headlines from this week in religion news.