The hashtag was created by Amneh Jafari, a 23-year-old psychology student at the University of Texas Arlington (UTA), who wanted to show her solidarity with the innocent boy.
On her interesting Instagram account, Ugaaso portrays Somali dishes, places and fine sand beaches, and of course a number of selfies in vibrant Somali prints...
Finally, social media went buzzing talking about Muslims, but with a positive news!Here are tweets from Muslims & non-Muslims at the global trending #Mecca_Live hashtag.
As bikers gathered outside a mosque to protest Islam, interfaith advocates on Twitter were active sending the global community a message of inclusion and supporting American Muslims rights.
In a quick response to the recent Garland attack, Muslims around the world started tweeting on the incident. Here we show a collection of tweets by Muslims denouncing the attack.
Halal in the Family" also came to tackle critical topics that deeply affect American Muslims such as media bias, surveillance, racial profiling, and mosque protests.
In this article, we highlight reactions of some Muslim and non-Muslim celebrities towards the Chapel Hill shooting incident.
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