Trump offered to make an exception for Khan regarding a ban on Muslims traveling to the U.S., but the longtime politician rejected the offer, saying, “This isn’t just about me.”
Here’s the scoop on everything you need to know on what the president is up to this week.
After calling for a temporary shutdown of Muslims entering the U.S., British lawmakers on Monday held a vigorous debate about banning Donald Trump from the UK, reports Reuters.
What started out as an innocent Instagram post asking for sex advice has blown up into the one of the micro-blogging platform’s most engaged accounts at over 50,000 followers.
New York City police officials on Thursday settled a lawsuit over surveillance activities of Muslim citizens, agreeing to bar officers from opening investigations based on a person’s race, ethnicity, or religion, reports The Hill.
A California woman displayed her disdain towards a group of praying Muslims by hurling insults in their direction and even threw coffee at one of them.
Officials are looking into a possible hate crime in which a severed pig’s head was thrown in front of a North Philadelphia mosque. According to Philly, the incident happened around 11 p.m. on Sunday. Surveillance cameras caught a suspicious red van driving near the Al Aqsa Islamic Society. The vehicle drove past the mosque twice; the second time, the pig’s […]
Fed up with the caricature that is Trump, the GOP quickly distanced themselves after Monday night’s circus, most seeming to understand just how outrageous, hateful and damaging Trump’s anti-Muslim rhetoric could be.
The statement, which Trump posted following a tweet that called out what he believes to be the “extraordinary influx of hatred and danger coming into our country” — states the ban should be in place until “our country’s representatives can figure out what’s going on.”
President Jerry Falwell Jr. of Liberty University, one of the largest Christian universities in the world, is being criticized for urging students to get concealed weapons to “end those Muslims.”