The United States – Despite the obstacles it has faced to realize its dream of a veiled news anchor, Tahira Rahman has managed to overcome those obstacles to her dream of becoming the first veiled Muslim woman to appear on television in the United States. In her interview with Anatolia, Rahma

Thenationpress : Racist trolls targeted a Somali refugee’s campaign. She still managed to pull off a historic victory.

By Antonia Noori Farzan With just a week to go before the election, Safiya Khalid was in tears. She had spent the past six months knocking on hundreds of doors in Lewiston, Maine, the city where she arrived as a refugee more than a decade earlier, and where she hoped to be the first Somali immigran

The Yemeni-American Chamber of Commerce Celebrates the 6th Annual Dinner & Awards

The Yemeni American Chamber of Commerce was established in 2013 to support, promote and attract businesses for the purpose of advancing the Business community. Bandar Bawazir, the Chairman of the Yemeni American Chamber of Commerce delivered a welcome remarks in which he welcomed the attendees an

Detroit-area men who moved millions to Yemen spared prison

Detroit – A group of Detroit-area men opened bank accounts to move millions of dollars to Yemen, their war-torn native country. Their crime: They didn’t register as a money transfer business. Their luck: They drew a sympathetic judge. One by one, U.S. District Judge Avern Cohn declined

Muslim rights group lobbies House Democrats to back 'No Ban' bill

By Sheren Khalel in Washington Since mid-September, at least 40 Democrats in the US House of Representatives have signed on to cosponsor a piece of legislation seeking to overturn US President Donald Trump's Muslim ban, bringing the total number of signatories to 189. With that influx, only 49 Hous

Two Muslim men from Texas say American Airlines profiled them

Dallas - Two Muslim men from Texas say American Airlines profiled them and canceled their flight after crew members said they “didn’t feel comfortable” flying with the pair. Abderraoof Alkhawaldeh and Issam Abdallah said they filed a complaint with the US Department of Transportat