“‘Open iftar’ in the heart of London provides a means for people to stop, take a moment, come together and connect,” Tabetha Bhatti, an organiser at the Ramadan Tent Project, […]
By Susan Smith Rabia Terri Harris, Muslim Peace Fellowship founder and author of Reclaiming the Prophet’s Jihad: A Primer on Islamic Nonviolence, spoke on the centrality of mercy and justice […]
24/7 Crisis Line is a project of Sound Vision, a non-profit organization with the mission to produce content that helps build bridges of understanding among Muslims and their neighbors, with […]
The Muslim Peace Fellowship joined thousands of faith-based organizations and civil society representatives in signing the “Faith Communities Statement on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons” presented to the United Nations […]
Özlem Cekic, one of Danish parliament’s first female Muslim members has found a unique way of responding to the hate mail she claims to receive on a weekly basis ― […]
Dear Readers, As you may already have heard from the news, this weekend, 17-year-old Nabra Hassanen was fatally attacked as she headed back to her mosque in Virginia. Deeply saddened […]
Sharing with you the Guardian article describing how the Imam’s calming action amid the chaos and terror saved Finsbury Park suspect from angry crowd.
Open to: Muslim young adults between the ages of 19 and 29 years old (ONLY 2 spots are available) Venue: July 5 – August 13, 2017, in Stony Point, New York Costs: […]
We are happy to present you the fascinating interview with Rabia Terri Harris speaking on ‘Nonviolence in a Multifaith World’. Please click the link below for the video.