(RNS) — An analysis of San Diego's controversial 'smart' streetlights, equipped with cameras and sensors, suggests that many of the city’s mosques could be monitored by the city.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (RNS) — A week after the blaze, with the cameras and politicians gone, the members of a tightly knit Turkish community began to feel the weight of their loss and the reconstruction effort ahead.
(RNS) — The Council on American-Islamic Relations filed a lawsuit challenging Maryland’s controversial executive order banning state agencies from contracts with businesses that boycott Israel.
(AP) — After battling U.S. immigration authorities for more than a year for the right to enter the country and flying halfway around the world, a Yemeni mother finally got to hold her dying 2-year-old son.
BOSTON (RNS) – Two weeks after receiving the threats, the Framingham, Mass., fifth-grader has stacks of letters of support from all over the country.
(RNS) — This year’s heated midterm contests appear to have sparked unusually robust efforts by faith-based organizations to galvanize supporters and move the political needle.
(RNS) A Muslim critic counters that the group is "smelling blood" with the election of President-elect Donald Trump.
(RNS) 'We're looking for any good signs but the signs he is sending are not good,' Ibrahim Hooper, spokesman for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said of Trump.
DETROIT — Raheel Siddiqui didn't have any 'disqualifying conditions, medical or otherwise, during recruiting and processing into the U.S. Marine Corps,' a lawyer for the family said.
(RNS) But Gerald Harris, editor of the official newspaper of the Georgia Baptist Mission Board, says he will accept an invitation from local Muslims to share a Ramadan meal. Next he may need to mend fences with his own colleagues.
(RNS) An Islamic advocacy group has been denouncing anti-Muslim bigotry for years. So why not try humor? The result: 'Islamophobin,' a "multi-symptom relief for chronic Islamophobia." Ba-da-BING!
CHICAGO (RNS) Wearing the hijab, said Larycia Hawkins, was a way of “trying to position myself with my Muslim sisters.” That’s what solidarity is, said the former Wheaton College professor.
Muslim leaders fear the husband and wife, both with Muslim-sounding names, who killed 14 people will inspire Islamophobia.
(RNS) We asked Muslim parents about talking to children about Tuesday's massacre of students in Peshawar.
(RNS) "To offer a different world view endorsed by religions, as well as governments, in the long term will go a long way to defeating its appeal to those who are looking to join them," said Antonios S. Kireopoulos of the National Council of Churches.