Despite its charity efforts, Life for Relief and Development's Bank of America (BOA) account was abruptly closed, for no known reason.
Life's lawyers cited xenophobic rhetoric, which they say has resulted in the closures of hundreds of Arab Americans' accounts by several banks over decades, as the reason for their bank account closure.
A six-member jury decided in favor of Bank of America on Tuesday.
A U.S. judge blocked an Obama administration policy that public schools should allow transgender students to use the bathrooms of their choice, granting a nationwide injunction sought by 13 dissenting states just in time for the new school year.
PHOENIX - A large electronic billboard has a simple message directed at ISIS: "Hey ISIS, you suck."
LEBANON, Ind. — A Muslim inmate is using Indiana’s religious freedom statute in part to sue a central Indiana sheriff for denying him a diet that follows Islamic dietary laws.
Iraq said on Sunday it had hanged 36 ISIS militants sentenced to death over the mass killing of hundreds of soldiers at a camp north of Baghdad two years ago.
A suicide bomber aged between 12 and 14 carried out the attack on a wedding party in the Turkish city of Gaziantep on Saturday that killed at least 51 people, the president said.
ATLANTA - The Council On American Islamic Relations (CAIR) is asking police to investigate a vandalism incident in Atlanta targeting a Muslim charity.