Ahead of Super Tuesday, the Sanders campaign has reached out to Muslim voters unlike any campaign before.
That’s one way to do outreach to voters who may feel alienated by the presumptive Republican nominee for President.
A Garland community center held a contest offering a $10,000 prize for the best drawing of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, and it ended with two dead and a third injured.
An unnamed teacher at Foster High School, in Richmond, distributed a lesson that included “If taken hostage by radical Islamists, what to do,” and a very broad estimate of how many jihadists there are around the world.
Without having much reason to.
The singer's concert in Malaysia was called off after a photo circulated showing her bare shoulders emblazoned with a tattoo of the word "Allah."
A Tarrant County College adjunct professor resigned from his post after two Muslim students objected to his characterization of Islam in his Great Religions of the World class.
His name was Wadih el-Hage. He had an American wife and American kids, a home in Arlington, a job at a tire store in Fort Worth, and a secret past that led straight to Osama bin Laden.
What are tens of thousands of Muslims doing in Arlington? Adjusting to life in America, debating the merits of assimilation, and trying to convince the world that they’re not terrorists.