Local Muslims Decry Refugee/Travel BanCAIR-Missouri leader says action feeds into terrorists' narrative, could lead to more home-grown terrorists.
Local Muslims Fear for FutureReports of harassment have increased over last 18 months, but many cases are likely unreported.
All Bodies Removed from Club in Worst US Mass ShootingThe latest information Monday morning, from the attack on an Orlando nightclub early Sunday morning.
Council on Islamic Relations Blames Trump for IslamophobiaThe group is hoping St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch will issue charges this week against that Affton man accused of threatening a Muslim family last week.
Local Council on American-Islamic Relations Deals with Threats"They want to create an environment where American-Muslims feel isolated, marginalized, and then they're more likely and easier to become radicalized, as well," Syed says, speaking of ISIS.
2 Dead, 7 Arrested in Raid Targeting Paris Attack MastermindThe standoff with police began before dawn and continued for more than seven hours, with gunfire and large bangs sporadically ringing out near the apartment building In the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis.
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Muslim Cab Driver Challenging Regional Taxi Commission's Wardrobe RulesAn Islamic cab driver in St. Louis is challenging the regional taxi commission's wardrobe rules in court after receiving dozens of tickets for wearing traditional religious clothing.
Washington University Responds to Bin Laden Costume ControversyThe students, members of a WU fraternity, dressed as Seal Team 6 soldiers and Osama bin Laden. When the photo circulated on Facebook, many took offense.
Study: Muslim-Americans Being Treated Better, But Much Discrimination Remains"We graph Islamophobia on a ten-point scale," says Faizan Syed of the Council on American-Islamic Relations. "We have seen a drop to 5.9 from 6.4 since 2010."
Pew Study Examines Attitudes of World's MuslimsThe survey of 38,000 Muslims in 39 countries finds most believe their faith should shape not only their personal lives but society and politics as well.
Midwesterners, Nation Becoming Less ReligiousIn the Midwest, the number of the religiously unaffiliated has grown from 15 percent in 2007 to 19 percent today.