Muslim Group Upset Alleged Killer Is Out Of JailAn accused murderer who police said targeted Muslims is a free man despite being arrested and released from jail for a second time.
Shooting Victims Welcome Call For Federal Probe Into Possible Domestic TerrorismAnthony Torres is charged with murder after police say he targeted Muslims when he opened fire at a Dallas tire shop, killing one man and wounding four others.
"United Against Racism & Hate" Rally Shows Support For Muslim CommunityThe Council on American-Islamic Relations along with a number of religious, political and social justice organizations hosted the rally and march.
After California Shooting, Fears Of Muslim Harassment RiseAdvocacy groups believe there has been a spike in anti-Muslim incidents across the United States in recent weeks that can be linked to last week's mass shooting in California and the inflammatory rhetoric of Donald Trump and other Republican presidential candidates.
Threats Against North Texas Muslims On The RiseNorth Texas Muslims once again living in anxious times. As soon as word spread that radicalized Muslims orchestrated the mass shooting in San Bernardino, the Dallas Chapter of CAIR—Council on American-Islamic Relations—began receiving hateful, profanity filled phone calls.
Vigil Held In Dallas For Victims Of Paris AttacksThe Council on American-Islamic Relations held a vigil tonight for the victims of the Paris attacks.
McKinney Mosque Targeted In Paintball AttackA McKinney mosque was hit by paintballs early Sunday morning, leading a Muslim advocacy group to call for a state and federal investigation for a possible hate crime.