by Kadiro A. Elemo (OPride) – “I am a Muslim,” began Halima Qancaro , a distressed Borana woman now in her 70s, two days after she spent the Eid-ul-Fitr festival marking the end of Ramadan holed up, alone, at a nursing home in uptown Chicago.
(OPride) – Hundreds arrested, beaten, and tear gassed Thursday morning following nationwide Eid day protests, Muslim rights activists said.
(OPride) – At least 11 people were killed, several others wounded, and scores arrested on Saturday in a clash between government forces and Muslim activists, eyewitnesses and social media reports said.
A man seen in a photograph dressed as a female Muslim Target employee worked as an off-duty police officer at a St. Paul store, a Target Corp
A man seen in a photograph dressed as a female Muslim Target employee is a St. Paul police officer who worked off-duty at a St
by OPride Staff The Ethiopian government warned Muslim activists not to congregate at the Awolia School,
OPride Staff Reporter At least four people died yesterday and about eight wounded when Ethiopian security forces fired shots at Muslim activists in the Asasa town of Oromia.
By Jawar Mohammed* Various narratives are being presented to explain the growing standoff between Muslim activists and the current Ethiopian regime. The activists accuse the state of discrimination and meddling in the internal activities of their faith by imposing an imported religious doctrine
Several US-based Christian websites say Muslim extremists burned dozens of churches near Jimma in western Oromia region
A Christian in Ethiopia has been languishing in jail for two months after his Muslim business partner accused him of writing “Jesus is Lord” in a copy of the Quran.