Thursday, March 21, 2019
Rashida Tlaib: ‘People hear you differently’ as ‘first’ Muslim congresswoman
Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) tweeted Tuesday that one of the hardest things about being the “first” Muslim woman to serve in Congress is that “people hear you differently,” subtly referring to her critics in the House.
2019/2/13 - 00:30
First Muslim women elected to US Congress take oath on holy Quran
The first two Muslim-American women have taken an oath on the holy Quran as they were sworn into the United States Congress in a televised ceremony.
2019/1/4 - 15:24
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US hardliner: It will take more than sanctions, al-Nujaba has gained much more power
Pointing to the inefficiency of the sanctions in reducing the power of the Resistance groups such as al-Nujaba, Ted Poe asked the US government to exert more pressure on such groups.
2018/12/19 - 15:16
American Muslims' political empowerment after the midterm elections
American Muslim women have scored significant victories in the ۲۰۱۸ U.S. Midterm elections with both Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib from Minnesota and Michigan winning their seats for Congress. Indeed, the dust has begun to settle on the U.S. midterm elections, and American Muslims over all have registered some significant gains at all levels of elected offices.
2018/11/26 - 13:52
Two Muslims run for congress in California
The fact that two Muslims are running for Congress in California is an interesting snapshot of the changing dynamic and demographics of American politics.
2018/10/26 - 11:16
African American Hijabi woman runs for Congress
2018/4/16 - 16:00