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February 15, 2024   •   

Holocaust Survivors Unite With Victims of Bosnia Massacre in Jewish-Muslim Initiative for Genocide Prevention and Peace

Joint observation of International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

December 13, 2022   •   

Islam Among America’s Fastest-Growing Faiths

Muslims in the U.S. offering prayers in mosques has jumped dramatically over the past decade.

March 30, 2022   •   

Study Finds Evidence of Anti-Muslim Discrimination in French Higher Education

A 2021 study reveals discrimination against students with North African names applying for masters programs in France.

November 8, 2021   •   

Sailors Call on U.S. Navy to Honor Their Religious Commitment

An Orthodox Jewish sailor and three Muslim colleagues have challenged U.S. Navy policy that allows sailors to wear beards for medical reasons but not religious ones.

November 2, 2021   •   

Jewish Teen’s Gesture of Help Creates a Profound Impression on an Imam

A Muslim cleric in Oklahoma City was overcome with emotion by a Jewish teen’s gesture of love and empathy.

July 1, 2021   •   

Muslims ‘Missing and Maligned’ in Popular Western Films, Study Finds

“The narrow view that top films provide of the Muslim community is one that must shift and grow to ensure that Muslims are not only represented on screen, but that their stories can connect with and inspire audiences around the world,” new study shows.

October 17, 2017   •   

The Truth About Islam, and Why What Book You Worship with Doesn’t Matter to Me

“I worship not that which ye worship. Nor will ye worship that which I worship. To you be your way, and to me mine…”

June 14, 2017   •   

Controversial Kuwaiti Music Video Urges Peace, Not Terrorism

A YouTube video with more than 7 million views condemns suicide bombings and urges people to “bomb hatred with love.” The 3-minute film intersperses people uniting to oppose the actions of a would-be suicide bomber with footage of terrorist incidents in the Middle East.

June 5, 2017   •   

As Ramadan Begins, India Prime Minister Urges Tolerance and Diversity

In his monthly radio program to the people of India on the second day of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, India Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasized religious tolerance and diversity.

April 10, 2017   •   

Religious Tolerance Improved in Canada but Still Needs Work, Study Shows

A new poll on religious views in Canada shows that while acceptance of religious minorities has improved over the past four years, more work is still needed.