Najilaa Karim Musarsa, 29, was one of 130 students arrested for a scheme that involved at least 600 people who collectively paid recruiters more than $250,000 to stay in the U.S. illegally.
The Oregonian found at least five Saudi nationals who vanished before they faced trial or completed their sentence including accused rapists, hit-and-run drivers and a man with child porn on his computer.
The DHS and U.S. Marshals Service are all but certain who helped orchestrate the remarkable escape: the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Terror-linked nation of Qatar, a Sharia-law monarchy, has given $1 billion to elite American universities since 2011.
After attending al Qaeda training camp, Alfallaj entered the U.S. as the spouse of a student visa holder, and in Oklahoma, he applied to a flight training school.
Authorities say Nelson pledged “his allegiance to Allah,” and has been charged with threatening terrorism after sending threatening messages to fellow students.
Muslims at NYU want to expel yoga practitioners and prohibit the school from storing alcohol in the campus mini-mosques, among other demands.
Rutgers University caved to ‘students who slandered my good name based on falsified quotes’
"it was ironic for Rutgers to pride itself on being an institution of free speech yet they canceled a speech because of “a previous denunciation of ISIS..."
Some community members were a little confused as to why the group was segregated.
Muslim is "livid" that students might actually learn the truth about jihad.
A fund to give the Brandeis community an opportunity to fight Islamophobia and promote Islamic values.
SDUSD statistics explicitly mention only two bullying incidents that involved Muslim students were reported in 2015-16 among the entire 130,000-student school district.
One of Green’s students, Derrek Studebaker reported his professor’s post to the chair of the School of Aviation Sciences because “it’s not acceptable language.”
The Chronicle’s 2016 investigation found that complaints about Nezar AlSayyad’s behavior spanned decades.
Astonishingly, the university already offers gelatin-free ice cream at the university ice cream shop...
Sixth grade teacher at Glen Meadow Middle School assigned a story titled “My Name is Osama” for students to read on September 11.
A prominent Muslim leader who eventually was convicted on terror-related charges helped write the “Religious Expression in Public Schools” guidelines issued by President Bill Clinton.
“It’s disturbing to think someone with this mindset worked with teenager girls it’s no joke! "
"The school failed to provide anything more than the usual bizarre leftist excuses that rely on feelings, rather than facts, to back up their censorship."