After a Muslim event designed to combat Islamophobia gained controversy, the American Freedom Defense Initiative is planning another event.
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.
When the latest horrible headline hits — and terror is the topic — Ali Mahmoud’s thoughts travel a familiar path: “Oh, God, please, please… don’t be Muslim. Please don’t be Muslim.”
The Keller ISD met to discuss what, if anything, could and should be done after a trustee posted anti-Muslim comments online. The Trustees agreed Jo Lynn Haussmann violated Keller ISD bullying and anti-discrimination policy and voted to censure her.
The Keller school district will hold a special meeting to talk about comments made by a trustee about a Southlake city councilman.
Luxury retail store Roberto Cavalli at NorthPark Center was under fire Friday by Sufi students.
Dissent continues among some students and alumni from the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth. The mix in opinions is over a devout Muslim student who has been allowed to be a doctoral student in the Archeology program.
Controversy is brewing at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, where a Muslim student has been allowed to enroll in the school’s archaeology program.
A U.S. appeals court ordered YouTube on Wednesday to take down an anti-Muslim film that sparked violent riots in parts of the Middle East and death threats to the actors.
A decision by Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez to allow Muslim inmates in the Dallas County Jail to receive special meals during Ramadan has sparked controversy.
The terror threat prompting the U.S. government to close nearly two dozen embassies and consulates Sunday is the most specific, credible threat information in years.
Before walking past racks of sequined costumes and cases of ornate jewelry, visitors to Garland’s Little Egypt export store are teased with exotic fragrances, incense and scented oils. But, there’s something else that hangs in the air at Little Egypt: worry.