(RNS) — More than 1,000 philanthropic foundations and charitable organizations have knowingly or unknowingly funneled nearly $125 million into dozens of known anti-Muslim groups over three years.
(RNS) — When people gather for dinner in hundreds of homes, mosques, churches, synagogues and community centers across the country, it shows another way for our country.
(AP) — A federal jury found three men guilty of plotting to bomb a mosque and apartment complex housing Somali refugees in Kansas.
(RNS) — Footage from Charlottesville, Va., has prompted some clergy to sign up for an Aug. 28 march. 'This is much worse than we thought in terms of a spirit of hate and immorality,' Sharpton said.
(RNS) They also don’t agree on whether faith or hate is the motivator for religious believers’ opposition to sexual freedoms.
AUSTIN (USA Today) The Anti-Defamation League is opening a Silicon Valley center to combat the rapid growth in online hate speech.
We hereby nominate 2016 as the year in which the “religiocification of hate” was more visible, patent, and dangerous than in any other year in decades.
(RNS) Prominent clergy, politicians and businesspeople will serve on the Jewish-Muslim Advisory Council.
(RNS) The line that matters most is the line between those who respond to hate with more hate, and those who respond to hate with love.
(RNS) What it takes to get an impartial jury.
(RNS) As an American Muslim, I want people to stop hating me, but I am not looking for someone to love me.
Family members of Emmanuel AME Church shooting victims forgive the suspected killer. How does one serve a feast of forgiveness to a person who hasn’t even ordered a single serving?
Perhaps the legacy of Fred Phelps is not his anti-LGTBQ activism, but that his life serves as a perfect example of the isolating effects of hatred.
A Christian author teams up with a psychologist to help people forgive their fathers and mothers.
OAK CREEK, Wis. (RNS) Few can know what goes through the twisted mind of a mass killer, but accused Sikh temple shooter Wade Michael Page left behind plenty of signs that he was consumed by one thing: hate. By William M. Welch and Judy Keen.