Disappointed, pained, hurt, heartbroken, concerned, frustrated, helpless, desperate, angry, and powerless; these are just some of the words that Puerto Ricans living in the United States use to describe how they feel about the events unfolding on the island in the aftermath of Hurricane María.
The Burmese Army burnt entire villages to the ground. Women are systematically being raped, children beheaded. In less than two week, more than half a million people have been displaced.
A countering violent extremism (CVE) program has been active in Montgomery County, Md. since 2013.
A hearing in the high-profile slaying of a Fairfax County girl killed near her mosque was temporarily suspended Friday after her father yelled at the defendant and her mother hurled a shoe at him across the courtroom.
The problem is that I do not know why I am exerting effort in worship; is it for the gain of the hereafter or for worldly benefits?
Minorities in America know that there will be fallout if a killer is black, Hispanic or Muslim.