Muslims mark Boston bombing anniversary and mourn Kansas City murders. Debate over Hirsi Ali rages on. Islamic art lends itself to video games.
A Muslim man complains about an Easter egg hunt invitation. Brandeis withdraws an honorary degree. Afghanistan’s voter turnout is higher than presidential races in the U.S.
When the FBI arrested a man with plans to blow-up mosques, the media demurred. Following the Fort Hood shooting, a tweet calls for slaughtering Muslims. Afghans get ready to vote Saturday.
Critics of a Muslim judge in New Jersey eat their words. Anti-Muslim activists in Tennessee lose their cool on camera. Saudi clerics ban a popular Islam-themed comic franchise, and all-you-can-eat buffets.
Two court cases show no country has a monopoly on terrorism. A Virginia school board candidate misfires in using the word jihad. A Muslim seeks advice on going to his first Seder.
Muslim students await answers on an eavesdropping device left in a prayer room. A proposed law in Iraq allows girls to be married at 9. The Library of Congress will host an exhibit on a 1,000 years of Persian literature.
An anti-Muslim speaker talks at a Florida aeronautical college. In St. Paul, a newly-minted officer gets a police-issued hijab. Islamic extremists in Nigeria continue to kill civilians.
A Katy Perry video gets edited while The Innocence of Muslims gets taken down. Michigan Muslims working to eliminate racism in their community. At the OScars, Muslims compete for Best Documentary, Best Foreign Language Film, and Best Supporting Actor.
Two U.S. Senators and a governor stoke Muslim hatred ahead of the 2016 presidential election. About 150 Muslims complete basic emergency response training in Bergen County. Meet the Perfectionistas.