A Muslim couple in Northern Virginia say they returned home to find "F--- Muslims" scrawled on a wall and their Quran destroyed.
Masked members of the Jewish Defense League attempted to burn torn pages of a Qur'an torn as they counter-protested about one thousand young American Jews peacefully protesting the extreme Zionist American Israel Public Affairs Committee's (AIPAC) 2017 conference, in Washington D.C on Sunday, March 26, 2017.
On March 15, 2017, a celebration of community, struggle and homage to founders, some who have passed on to their Lord, took place for the men, women and children who attend services at the Islamic Research and Humanitarian Service Center of America (IRHSCA), a masjid and community center on the Washington DC border in Capitol Heights, Maryland.
A $2.5 million funeral facility that will service Muslims in the North Virginian cities of Alexandria, Annandale, Springfield, Woodbridge and Fairfax, is planned by the Mustafa Center, the masjid built by the Afghan community in Annandale — a place where families can wash, shroud and grieve for their loved ones in an Islamic manner.
Sixteen-year-old Je’Nan Hayes has a new love: basketball. She practices everyday. Her cousins and uncles are players and she is the first in her family. As a varsity player in her Montgomery County high school basketball team, she played the first 24 games of the season without a problem.