21st Century Muslimah – Merging Faith and Fashion

Published on :

Although Canada has been known to embody multiculturalism, the national discussion on the emergence of Islamophobia has had a wide range of angles throughout the years due to the increased worldwide incidences of terrorism. To ensure that Canadian citizens are not stricken with such fear, Muslim advocates in the country have been working hard […]

Fatal Stabbings in the US

Published on :

On a portland light-rail train two men were heartlessly stabbed by an out of control man yelling racial slurs at two young muslim teens. Police identified the victims as Ricky John Best, 53, of Happy Valley, Oregon, and Taliesin Myrddin Namkai Meche, 23, of Portland. Police say that Best died […]

Quebec Mosque Attack: Updates

Published on :

America’s Fox News has removed an incorrect tweet after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s office made a formal complaint asking them to either retract the tweet or update it. Fox News had tweeted, “Suspect in Quebec mosque terror attack was of Moroccan origin, reports show.” This was on January 29, […]

Quebec Mosque Attack: What We Know So Far

Published on :

  Worshippers at Centre Culturel Islamique de Québec were finishing off their evening prayers at around 8 pm last evening (January 29, 2017), when two armed gunmen, with ski masks covering their faces broke into the mosque and opened fire. The attack has left six people dead, with five still […]

The Bangladeshi American Who Symbolized the Women’s March

Published on :

Munira Ahmed’s story all began with one photo. A freelancer from Queens, the Bangladeshi American was photographed donning an American Flag as a hijab back in 2007. The picture was snapped by photographer and friend Ridwan Adhami near the site of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Both Adhami and Ahmed are Muslim Americans, making […]