Joanna Vergoth boarded a plane from New York to Kentucky to meet with a survivor of female genital mutilation and promote legislation to make the practice of genital mutilation illegal on May 6.
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At first glance, people would not assume I am Middle Eastern, specifically Palestinian. I always thought my large nose easily gives it away, but my name is the first indicator that I am a Muslim.
Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minnesota, one of the first Muslim woman elected to Congress, has been attacked maliciously by President Donald Trump for comments she made that were taken out of context – she has now received an influx of death threats since President Trump posted a video signaling that Omar was dismissive of the 2001 […]
The Muslim Student Association hosted an Islam Awareness Week that spread the religion of Islam through informative events each day last week.
Nala Kachour, president of the Muslim Students’ Association, pins a hijab on Pomona Salcido, senior mathematics major, Monday in the Citrus Courtyard.
The religion of Islam has a current following of 1.8 billion people, yet some, including legislators challenge Islam’s status as a religion, therefore they believe, followers of Islam should not be protected by the First Amendment.
The Muslim Student Association welcomed students to be part of a congregational prayer led by Darvish Ali Salami, April 20 in Sneaky Park.
The Muslim Student Association put on an event where students got the chance to try on a hijab, wear it for the day and keep it.
Taghi Mirsepassi founded and established the Heshmat Mirsepassi Endowed Scholarship for Muslim Students at the University of La Verne in honor of his late wife Heshmat.
A growing number of Muslim-Americans are reporting incidents of racial and religious profiling at airports, sparking concern that anti-Islamic discrimination is on the rise.