North Texas Chicken Express Employee Told To Leave Work Because Of Her HijabOwners and management of a Chicken Express in Fort Worth are apologizing after an employee was asked to leave because she was wearing a hijab.
CAIR Launches 'Meet-A-Muslim-Monday' For Introduction & InvitationA young North Texas woman has spent her post 9/11 life trying to convince a shaken nation that the actions of a few should not condemn the billion plus people who peacefully practice Islam.
DFW Protesters Celebrate Release Of DetaineesProtests at DFW airport reached a fevered pitch Sunday afternoon over President Donald Trump's travel ban. Then Sunday night nine people detained at DFW airport for well over 24 hours were reunited with family and friends in the United States.
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.
Controversy Over Speakers At Texas Event To Combat '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.
Muslims: Misguided Actions Of Few Manage To Condemn MillionsWhen 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.”