Despite no known specific, credible threats, the FBI and the US Department of Homeland Security have warned law enforcement agencies that sympathizers of jihadist group Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) could strike holiday events in the US.
A former member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has built a secure website, modeled on WikiLeaks, that aims to leak internal information about the secretive Mormon church's financial dealings and inner workings.
American Muslims in eight states have been contacted by the FBI in recent days to answer a series of questions regarding any connections to Al-Qaeda leaders or knowledge of any terror plots, a civil rights group said.
Counter-terrorism computer scientist Zeeshan Usmani and his family had enough of the United States after several threatening incidents of Islamophobia in North Carolina, he told RT, and have moved to Pakistan, where their security is not guaranteed.
A Rochester, New York man has been arrested and charged with planning a terrorist attack on New Year’s Eve, the FBI said. The suspect was said to be plotting to attack a restaurant with a machete, on behalf of Islamic State.
A British Muslim family of 11 on their way to Southern California was denied access to their plane by US Department of Homeland Security officials without explanation. Now a UK politician is calling on her government to investigate.
Menacing voicemails for a recently elected Muslim judge in New York calling her “a terrorist” have prompted a hate crime investigation. The threats to Judge Carolyn Walker-Diallo resemble many social media posts reacting to her swearing in on a Koran.
Residents of Hamtramck, Michigan elected four Muslims to their city council, making history in a city that once was 90 percent Polish. Some sense a divide in the community, but about 100 people gathered near City Hall this week to unite in diversity.
A landlord, who is also a Christian minister, was convicted of shoving a Muslim tenant down a flight of stairs, but considers a judge’s order to “learn about the Muslim faith” to violate her freedom of religion, she claims in an appeal.