Islamophobia

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SCOTUS Approves Trump's 'Muslim Ban'

The highest court in the land makes an exception for people with “a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States.”

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Teenage Syrian Refugee Navigates Islamophobia, Multiculturalism in New Documentary

Dalya Zeno and her mother Rudayna Aksh feature in "Dalya's Other Country," a documentary premiering soon on PBS' "POV."

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Darwin Martinez Torres Charged With Killing Nabra Hassanen

Fairfax County police have not yet ruled the killing as a hate crime. But the parents of the Muslim teen, who was killed shortly after leaving her northern Virginia mosque, say otherwise.

Another Appeals Court Rules 'Muslim Ban' Discriminatory

United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit: “Immigration, even for the president, is not a one-person show.”

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Counter-Protestors Outnumber Anti-Muslim Protestors at Several Actions Nationwide

The March Against Sharia was organized by ACT America, which the Southern Poverty Law Center calls “the largest grassroots anti-Muslim group in America.”

A white man wearing armor adorned with crosses made of American flags grimaces at a demonstration.

The Growing Alliance Between Neo-Nazis, Right Wing Paramilitaries and Trumpist Republicans

In anticipation of Saturday’s March Against Sharia events nationwide, researcher and journalist Spencer Sunshine chronicles the major moments of a violent new movement he's dubbed “Independent Trumpism.”

Women in hijab, one holds sign that reads: "Diversity makes American great."

Trump Administration Asks SCOTUS to Reinstate 'Muslim Ban'

DOJ spokesperson Sarah Isgur Flores: “The president is not required to admit people from countries that sponsor or shelter terrorism, until he determines that they can be properly vetted and do not pose a security risk to the United States.”

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New Jersey Town Settles Religious Discrimination Lawsuit With Islamic Group for $3.25 Million

Bernards Township must also approve the Islamic Society of Basking Ridge’s plan to build a mosque.

Federal Appeals Court Blocks Trump's 'Muslim Ban'

The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit rules that the Muslim and refugee ban is less about national security and more about anti-Muslim bias.

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'Our 100 Days' Short Film Series Tells Stories of Resistance

Firelight Media, Field of Vision and Fusion's short-doc program highlights underserved communities resisting the Trump Administration's policies.

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These Heartwarming 'Mamas Day' E-Cards Honor Immigrant and Muslim Mothers

Forward Together's latest "Mamas Day" project features works that recognize mothers from marginalized groups with a compassion not often seen in Mother's Day cards.

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Legal Advocacy Groups Sue DHS for Info on Treatment of Muslims at Border Stops, Airports

The two federal court filings demand reports on the seizure of Muslims' electronic devices and the revocation of their Trusted Traveler status.

What Two Reports Have to Say About Trump's Impact on Immigrants and Muslims

Reports from We Belong Together and the Brennan Center for Justice critique Trump's anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim policies and warn of future threats.

A child wears a slogan on his jacket during a rally against a ban on Muslim immigration at San Francisco International Airport on January 28, 2017, in San Francisco, California.

ACLU Files 13 Lawsuits Against Government Related to Travel Ban

The suits demand records from U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the Department of Homeland Security.

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WATCH: The Kominas Lampoons TSA, Border Profiling Questions in New 'Freedom' Music Video

"Do you prefer spicy food to non-spicy food?"

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The 10 Best Tweets for the Inaugural #MuslimWomensDay

All over social media, users are paying tribute.

After 4 Years of Fighting, Palestinian-American Activist Rasmea Odeh Accepts Plea Agreement in Immigration Fraud and Terrorism Case

In light of the current political climate, Odeh believes that she could not receive a fair trial in her legal battle with the federal government over immigration fraud and terrorism charges.

New Settlement Aims to Protect Muslims From Discriminatory NYPD Surveillance

“This agreement sends a critical message to the federal government and police forces around the country that law enforcement can and must do its job without resorting to discrimination.”

 Tracey Tong, left, and woman who was harassing Muslim subway riders to the right.

Tracey Tong Showed Us All What Solidarity Looks Like

In an interview she reveals why she stood up for two Muslim subway riders being harassed in New York City.

Federal Judges Stop Trump's Muslim Ban for a Second Time

District court judges in Hawaii and Maryland have blocked the implementation of the president's second travel and refugee freeze.