Thanks to a woman in Tulsa, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Abercrombie & Fitch isn’t allowed to discriminate against applicants.
The first ever Muslim Day at the Oklahoma Capitol featured both supporters and protesters.
Oklahoma Muslims can become the target of fear and hate as acts of terror cloud public’s view of religion.
In classic Oklahoma Islamophobia fashion, Rep. John Bennett, R-Sallisaw, took to Facebook last week to offer a word of warning to his fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. “The Quran clearly states that non-Muslims should be killed,” Bennett wrote. “Be wary of individuals who claim to be Muslim American, be especially wary if you’re…
To suggest the actions of ISIS represent the views of all Muslims is like suggesting Westboro Baptist Church speaks for all Christians or that the KKK represents all white people.
I, like countless other Oklahomans and Americans, will never forget where I was the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. Like a typical college student, I was still asleep when news broke of a plane hitting the World Trade Center in New York. I was alarmed when my mother flung the door open to my room,…
Before 1960, only 20 percent of couples were in an interfaith marriage. That number has now increased to 45 percent.
April 30, Oklahoma Sen. James Inhofe took to the Senate floor in Washington, D.C. and alleged that President Obama promotes Islam and suppressed “our Judeo-Christian values.”
The heart of a city was broken, lives forever changed and the general feeling of safety we all expect in our daily lives shattered.
As the Oklahoma chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) held its annual banquet Saturday, guests celebrated a year of advocacy that was highlighted by the defeat of State Question 755, a amendment to the state constitution approved by voters four years ago. “It was a pure political ploy and it was unsuccessful,” said…