NFL's Abdullah brothers, Hamza and Husain, are known as forces on the football field. But over the last year, it has been their pursuit of faith off the field that has gripped many.
Former film student pleads guilty to slashing and attempting to kill New York Muslim cabbie.
Speaking on the House floor this week, Representative Mike Pompeo indicated that he believes Muslims have been all too silent in the face of extremism, and by such should be held for complicity in these attacks.
Quebec is known for its xenophobic laws. Years after they banned hijab from the soccer field, they've now drawn harsh criticism for banning the Sikh turban.
A lawsuit brought by several Muslim Michigan natives for discrimination at the border crossing is going forward, as a Federal judge gave it the green light this week.
Yassine Zaimi and Saleheddin Barhoum are suing The New York Post after it posted pictures of the two at the Boston Marathon, with the caption "Bag Men."
After Tennessee City Councilman Barry West posted an inflammatory picture entitled "How to Wink at a Muslim" on his Facebook page, US Attorney Bill Killian set out to fight Islamophobia. But is his battle against Islamophobia an uphill one?
Ehab Sadeek, a Winchester bagel shop owner, has decided to do donate all of his profits to a charity helping the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
A so-called 'chilling' new video shows the Tsarnaev brothers at the gym days before the attack. CNN points to Tamerlan's shaved beard as a 'Muslim death ritual,' indicating that he was about to attack. ILLUME spoke to some scholarly Muslims to get their perspective.
Mary Meeker gave her infamous Internet Trends Report for 2013 last week in California at the D11 conference. Here's the most important slides from the presentation.