Days before two armed men were killed and a security guard was injured outside the “Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest”, several residents warned of the potential dangers of the event.
The shooting in Garland could have turned out so much worse if it weren’t for one officer.
The organizer of Sunday night’s Muhammad Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest in Garland had plenty to say after the shooting in Garland that left two people dead — fervently defending holding the event.
An event in Garland on Sunday night took a deadly turn as two suspects began firing shots outside of the Curtis Culwell Center during a Muhammad art exhibit.
Garland Police Department PIO Joe Harn tells CBS 11 in an exclusive interview that their officers were “prepared” for the shooting at the Muhammad art event.
The yelling and booing began just minutes into the public comment forum.
Dozens of Muslims in Irving are upset after the city council passed a resolution in support of a new state house bill some Muslims believe targets their faith.
The prayers that open events at the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo are not specific to any religion and are read by people of various faiths. But the role of an Islamic leader in this year’s events sparked outrage on social media.
Hundreds of Muslims are rallying as part of their biennial Texas Capitol lobbying day — but a small group of counter-protesters are trying to shout them down.
The Garland Independent School District and Garland police are boosting security at the Curtis Culwell Center for Saturday’s event aimed at combating ‘Islamophobia.’
Julie Borik says she and other Garland Tea Party members are outraged after hearing about two speakers who will appear at an upcoming event to combat Islamophobia at the Curtis Culwell Center, which is owned by the Garland ISD.
A billboard has gone up by the Dallas Zoo that reads “One Family – One Message.” It’s part of a campaign, in both English and Spanish, launched by the Islamic Circle of North America.