Islam and the Problem of Religious Stereotypes

So far, the United States has done a rather good job at including Muslims into society, and at differentiating the vast majority of followers

The Prayers of Ramadan

The Prayers of Ramadan

30 days of prayer Ramadan is the observation that Muslims make to commemorate the Prophet Muhammad's receiving of the first revelation of the Quran[/tweetit],

What Everyone Should Know About Ramadan

Ramadan is meant for prayer and reflection on religious teaching. Every year, Muslims all over the world celebrate 30 days of fasting and prayer.

Sufi mosque attacked in Egypt

Over 300 Killed in Egypt Mosque Attack

The mosque was a Sufi one About 305 Egyptians, including 27 children, were killed in a gun and bomb attack[/tweetit] when terrorists targeted a

Indigenous Tribe in Indonesia is Forced to Convert to Islam While Their Home is Destroyed

The tribespeople have observed that the Indonesian Government pays more attention to its Muslim citizens. A number of Indonesian tribespeople have started to believe

The Story of Laylat al-Miraj

Muslims observe Laylat al-Miraj today. Isra and Mi'raj (also known as Lailat al Miraj, Laylat al-Miraj, or Al Isra'wal Miraj) is an Islamic holiday

Georgia Couple Fighting to Give Daughter the Last Name “Allah”

Couple files lawsuit against Georgia for right to give child the last name "Allah." A Georgia couple has sued the government for not allowing

True Islam Wants Separation of Mosque and State, Not Sharia Law for All

There is a prevailing false perception amongst the Muslims surveyed that Sharia needs to be imposed upon all citizens regardless of their faith in

Muslims Celebrate the ‘Night of Power’: Laylat Al-Qadr

Islam's Laylat Al-Qadr traditions Laylat Al-Qadr is often known as the Night of Power as it is considered as the most precious night in

See What it’s Like Being Muslim and Gay

Photographers take portraits to share the stories of gay muslims. Lia Darjes is neither gay nor Muslim. She had to persuade many gay Muslims