Article about free clinics run by Muslim American physicians and other healthcare providers serving uninsured people.
A compilation of social media: Muslim scholars around the world share their feelings, tributes, condolences and reactions.
Inspiring article about Muslim women athletes riding bicycles across Iowa.
An Egyptian teenager has discovered an inexpensive way to turn plastic trash into fuel — and it could be worth tens of millions of dollars a year.
A Yearbook quote about Hijab from a teen who wears it. Humorously, she reflects her self confidence with an Islamic head covering.
As they plan their lessons and activities, teachers need to be mindful of the fact that adolescents in their classrooms are members of our societies and emerging citizens. They need the opportunity to thoughtfully engage the questions and concerns that terrorism raises. They must be part of creating a culture of prevention and peace.
An article showing how Paris attacks could spark new waves of Islamophobia and new challenges for refugees in Europe and beyond.
Terrorists are not following religion. Muslims are just as much victims as others. Christianity and Islam are very similar. The article refers to a poll by the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, “American Muslim Poll 2017: Muslims at the Crossroads ” at http://www.ispu.org/public-policy/american-muslim-poll/ which surveys American Muslim attitudes and demographic information.
Resources from Past Workshops from 2012 to the present, a wide variety of teaching resources from expert panels and recommended books, films, handouts and readings concerning the Middle East, world history and more.
PEW Forum on Religion & Public Life – Issues The PEW Forum has a new resource with interactive maps on global migration of religious groups–both in- and out-migration– entitled Faith on the Move at http://www.pewforum.org/Geography/Religious-Migration-exec.aspx. The PEW Forum has a report on Global Christianity with interactive maps and data, as well as information on Judaism in the US and other affiliations worldwide. The PEW Forum’s new 2010-2011 demographic report is The Future of the Global Muslim Population, including current data on a global as well as regional and country-by country basis. The executive summary, interactive maps and data tables is located at http://www.pewforum.org/The-Future-of-the-Global-Muslim-Population.aspx.