In the news 2017-06-05T08:22:59-04:00
The Latest: Thousands gather for vigil for California dead

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — The latest on the mass shooting at a social service facility in San Bernardino, California (all times local):

Murder in the name of Islam: Guest commentary

Another act of terrorism rips through the headlines but this one hits far too close to home.

San Bernardino Shooting Live Updates: Who Is Saira Khan? Syed Farook’s Sister Says Killing People Is ‘Not Islam’

Saira Khan, the sister of Syed Rizwan Farook, the man suspected of carrying out a mass shooting in San Bernardino, California, said that the actions of her brother and sister-in-law, Tashfeen Malik, had put Islam under a bad light.

Muslims fear increase in Islamophobia after San Bernardino shooting Post Oracle

Inside the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Mosque in Chino, the Imam said he hopes a vigil brings people of all faiths together in the wake of the massacre that left 14 dead and 21 injured.

American Muslims fear backlash of Islamophobia following San Bernardino shootings

Muslim communities in the US have expressed concern over a new wave of Islamophobia following the recent mass shooting in California.

U.S. Muslims feel backlash after attacks in Paris and California

Rabia Chaudry kept her 7-year-old daughter home from her private Islamic school in Maryland on Thursday, fearing anti-Muslim backlash from Wednesday's massacre nearly 3,000 miles away in San Bernardino, California.

FBI investigates Southern California attack as act of terror

The FBI says it is investigating the mass shooting in California as an act of terrorism, while it was revealed the woman who helped her husband carry out the attack had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group and its [...]

San Bernardino shooting: At vigils, night engulfs a day of sorrow

SAN BERNARDINO — In the chilly dawn air, a long line of doctors and nurses stretched beyond the edge of the emergency bay at Arrowhead Regional Memorial Hospital in Colton, Calif.

Local Muslim group offers prayers, condolences for victims of California shooting

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, which has a mosque in Rochester Hills, has urged calm following the shooting in California that killed at least 14 people and injured 17 on Wednesday.

Muslims Gather at Mosque to Denounce San Bernardino Shooting

Leaders described the shooting as deplorable and horrific

The Latest: Thousands gather for vigil for California dead

Muslims gathering at one of Southern California’s largest mosques have denounced Wednesday’s massacre, which occurred only about two dozen miles away.

Mosque to hold prayer vigil for victims of San Bernardino massacre

A Harrisburg mosque will host a prayer vigil on Saturday for those killed and injured in the San Bernardino shooting massacre.

San Bernardino And Neighboring Communities Grieve At Vigils

The massacre at a social services center on Wednesday rocked San Bernardino, a city of over 215,000, 60 miles east of Los Angeles.

The Muslims of San Bernardino are feeling the mass shooting in two different ways

Muslims in San Bernardino say they’re feeling the mass shooting that left 14 dead in two different ways.

US Muslim communities fear backlash from shooting

San Bernardino (AFP) -- Members of the Arab and Muslim communities in the United States said Thursday they feared a backlash, as details emerged of the Muslim couple who shot dead 14 people in California.