Family sitting at table eating (© AP Images)

President Trump’s Ramadan message

President Donald J. Trump and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson offer their best wishes to Muslims around the world upon the start of Ramadan.
Mo Hrezi running in race with crowd cheering (© Wesley Winterink)

How a dual citizen of the U.S. and Libya looks to...

If you are a citizen of two countries, who do you represent in the Olympics? Mohamed Hrezi of the U.S. and Libya can tell you! Learn about his road to Rio.
Crowd of people celebrating (© AP Images)

President Obama’s message on Eid al-Fitr 2016

To commemorate the end of the holy month of Ramadan, President Obama comments on the day and the contributions of Muslims in America.
Muslims and non-Muslims sharing meal (Courtesy of MAS Minnesota)

In Minnesota, non-Muslims visit mosques during Ramadan

A Minnesota program promotes the state's neighborly spirit by arranging for hundreds of non-Muslims to visit mosques during Ramadan.
Woman using laptop computer (State Dept./S. Brukbacher)

Virtual Mosque helps Muslims explore their faith online

Interested in learning about Islam? This imam uses social media to send his sermons and discuss a variety of topics for Muslims and non-Muslims.
Patrons eating in restaurant (Brian Widdis)

Ramadan feasts, restaurant style: Serving iftar across America

Breaking the Ramadan fast while in the United States? A quick roundup of three restaurants in different U.S. cities offers a glimpse of what to expect.
Women praying in shadows (© Getty Images/Allen J. Schaben)

In pictures: A look back at American Muslims during Ramadan

Like other Muslims around the world, American Muslims observe the holy month of Ramadan. See how they pray, fast and feast around the U.S.
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In Houston, young Muslims step up to serve the needy

Houston members of United Muslim Relief USA are serving their community in ways ranging from helping flood victims to feeding the homeless.
Cartoon monkey and two humans pointing at the moon (© Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)

Curious George returns — to help his Muslim friend

Curious George and the Man in the Yellow Hat help their new friend, Kareem, celebrate Ramadan to help children learn about different cultures.