The U.S. House passed a resolution condemning hatred, bigotry, and discrimination directed at Jews and Muslims and specifically addressed “imputations of dual loyalty.”
Muslim children in Wilmington, Delaware were repeatedly refused entry or forced to leave a city pool because of their religious clothing, according to a new lawsuit.
A new report finds that incidents of anti-Muslim bias increased by 17% in 2017, triggered by several factors including the Trump Administration’s “travel ban.”
Could an anti-Semitic President ban immigration from Israel? Do discriminatory campaign proposals matter in scrutinizing a President’s official actions? The U.S. Supreme Court questioned attorneys about President Trump’s “travel ban.”
Today’s settlement closes a particularly ugly chapter of post-9/11 religious scapegoating. No person in America should be presumed more likely a criminal because of their faith.