American Muslims

America’s first Muslim-majority city council

Immigrant groups to the U.S. have a similar story of influence: economic impact, culture and politics. What do these new different perspectives mean?

American Muslims mark Ramadan with iftars, prayer and public service

Prayer, fasting, gathering with friends and family at iftar, and engaging in community service are ways that American Muslims celebrate Ramadan.

Ramadan Kareem from President Obama

As the new crescent moon brings in the holy month of Ramadan, Michelle and I send our warmest greetings to all those observing the month of fasting.

Why thousands of children won’t have to choose between faith and...

The Muslim holidays of Eid al-Adha and al-Fitr will be added to the New York city public school schedule, New York Mayor Bill de...

Meet Rashad Hussain. He fights terrorists with words.

An American Muslim born in Wyoming and raised in Texas just assumed a key role in countering violent extremism. On February 18, the State Department...

Born of diversity, U.S. embraces all faiths

The United States is not only a nation born of diversity, but one that thrives because of it. Every day, Americans of all faiths,...
Muslims Against Hunger serving food outside from large vats (Courtesy of Muslims Against Hunger)

This Muslim-American group brings the soup kitchen to the hungry

Zamir Hassan knows where homeless people congregate — around train stations, under bridges and in tents set up in the woods. “Not everyone is able...