Protesters Decry Delhi Violence Outside London’s Indian Embassy

By Red Revolution. -

Protesters gathered outside the Indian Embassy in London on Saturday, to decry the ongoing violence in New Delhi as well as the policies of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government. “I [...]

May Day Mass Action Will Be Historic ‘Strike From Below’

By Sue Sturgis, -

By Sue Sturgis for Facing South - Hundreds of thousands of service workers across the South and the rest of the nation are planning to take part in a general strike for human rights and equality [...]

US Court Of Appeals Finds Discrimination Of Muslim Searches

By Staff, -

By Staff of CCRJustice - October 13, 2015, Philadelphia – Today, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit issued a comprehensive and stirring decision in the case Hassan v. City of New [...]

Chapel Hill Shooting: Three Young Muslims Have Been Executed

By Shabbiyah Pervez, -

Just as I was getting my kids ready for school this morning, I heard my phone beep. I glanced down, and saw the words "Muslims Shot Dead in Chapel Hill". I froze, and felt a familiar chill run [...]

ACLU: US Has Illegal Muslim Blacklist

By Matt Reynolds, -

The United States violates its own immigration laws through an under-the-radar "blacklist" that denies citizenship, green cards and political asylum to thousands of people, including innocent [...]

Muslim Americans Boycott White House Ramadan Dinner

By Kevin Gosztola, -

Muslim American groups and individuals are boycotting the White House’s Iftar dinner and will instead be participating or supporting a protest outside the White House against United States [...]

Who Was The NSA Spying On?

By Glenn Greenwald and Murtaza Hussain, -

The National Security Agency and FBI have covertly monitored the emails of prominent Muslim-Americans—including a political candidate and several civil rights activists, academics, and [...]

Activists Oppose Separate Justice For Muslims

By Aviva Stahl, -

On a miserable Monday evening in early April, when most people were scuttling for the nearest subway, a motley group was huddled before an unremarkable grey building in lower Manhattan, [...]