It has been one year since this neighborhood in New Delhi became one of the center points of communal riots between Hindus and Muslims that le…
Islam's most important annual pilgrimage got underway with just a small fraction of its regular number of worshippers. Here's a look inside the downsized gathering.
Muslims throughout the world are celebrating the holiday of Eid al-Fitr, a celebration at the end of Ramadan. Here's an introduction to this important feast and its partner, Eid al-Adha.
Xenophobia, hate, and exclusion are on the rise, seemingly riding on the coattails of the coronavirus. Here's what the UN's Secretary-General …
Thursday marks the start of the holy month of Ramadan for many Muslims. Here's a look at what traditions will remain in place, and how others might change.
As Ramadan begins Thursday evening, Muslims around the world are trying to maintain the cherished rituals of Islam’s holiest month without fur…
Mohammad Hassan Khalil, associate professor of religious studies and director of the Muslim Studies Program at Michigan State University, answers six questions about the significance of the Muslim month of fasting.
And the $64,000 question is: "Do you still beat your wife?"
Lord, deliver us from the hands of John Bennett, Justin Humphrey and Ralph Shortey, among others.
The travel ban instituted by President Donald Trump is un-American, un-patriotic, un-Christian and unbelievable.
Linda Sarsour, executive director of the Arab American Association of New York, will be the keynote speaker Friday at the 2016 CAIR-OK Tulsa Celebration Gala.
Rep. John Bennett got the state and the starring role he sought.
The much-anticipated first debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will take place Monday on all major television channels and by live streaming. It is expected to be watched or heard by as many as 75 percent of the nation.
Tulsa’s annual Veterans Day Parade is always one of the more moving parades.
What’s the relationship between the Internet and the surge of jihadist violence in France, Belgium and around the world? That’s the puzzle examined by Marc Sageman, a psychiatrist and former CIA officer whose contrarian views on terrorism are worth a careful look.
Funny thing about the Constitution. It protects all U.S. citizens. All of them.
We are a nation built on a wide variety of backgrounds and strengthened by tolerance, understanding and forgiveness — traits that give us hope and courage in the face of racism and ignorance.
Speaking to the Muskogee Patriot Group at the Muskogee Public Library, state Rep. John Bennett said Thursday that Muslims "need Jesus. … But I will not tolerate something like Islam to come into the United States.”
The pro-Islam group tells followers to seek protection after Rep. John Bennett, R-Sallisaw, says the religion is a cancer that needs to be removed.
Stoking the fires of prejudice and fear certainly is not new in the political arena. But that doesn't mean making such comments gets a free pass.
Sallisaw Republican Rep. John Bennett issued a press release on Thursday saying he believes that the Council on American-Islamic Relations is linked to terrorist organizations and should not be allowed in Oklahoma.