The civil lawsuit against Muhammad Awaisi also labels the alleged schemes as part of a RICO conspiracy, a charge typically reserved for criminals prosecution.
Some community members were a little confused as to why the group was segregated.
Tunisian-Canadian Muslim said in an interview that “he had entered the United State with the sole purpose of killing armed U.S. government employees.”
The Muslim doctor accused in the cuttings is now facing stiffer charges.
“It’s disturbing to think someone with this mindset worked with teenager girls it’s no joke! "
Ibraheem Musaibli was caught on the battlefield in Syria by anti-ISIS forces.
Michigan couple visits "open house" at former St. Mark Lutheran Church that is being converted into a Sunni mosque.
So far, the indictment references six victims: two 7-year-old girls from Minnesota and four girls from Michigan ages 8-12.
Michigan Muslims transporting voters to polling stations.
Abdul El-Sayed's campaign to be Michigan's first Muslim governor tainted by illegal out-of-state donor funneling scheme.
More than 60% of El-Sayed's political donations have come from out-of-state donors.
An attorney for a group of residents opposing the American Islamic Community Center's mosque is appealing the ruling.
Hammound previously introduced a resolution that was Dearborn's version of the Canadian M-103 sharia blasphemy resolution.
Muslim Brotherhood-linked Abdulrahman Mohamed El-Sayed has campaigned in a t-shirt that reads, "Abolish ICE."
Democrat Abdul el-Sayed told his gubernetorial opponent, “you may not hate Muslims, but I’ll tell you, Muslims definitely hate you!”
Ibraheem Musaibli, 28, is believed to be one of only two male Americans captured alive on an Islamic State battlefield.
The city flyer for the Iftar dinner explicitly states that participants will “learn about Ramadan,” and even admonishes non-Muslim women to “please cover
Blacks want Muslim immigrant gas station owners to be better neighbors and to give back to the community.
"But you don't do diagnosis — you're still a student," said Mohammed Arsiwala, M.D., a Livonia internist and president-elect of the Michigan State Medical Society.
University of Michigan-Flint-organized event “violates federal and state laws and UM’s own policy of not using university resources to promote” a religious event.