Two major religious celebrations, Eid al Fitr and Eid al Adha, commemorating momentous events in the Islamic year.
Arabic for “barrier” or “partition,” often used to refer to the headscarf worn by some Muslim women as part of their Islamic
Commonly translated as “peace through God’s guidance,” the proper name for Muslims’ religion.
Fear or hatred of Islam and Muslims; a phenomenon which promotes and perpetuates anti-Muslim stereotyping,
discrimination, harassment and even violence, negatively impacting the participation of American Muslims in public life.
Friday prayer, required for those who are physically able to attend.
A skull cap worn by some Muslim boys and men to cover their head as part of their Islamic beliefs.
A veil for covering the hair and face except the eyes that is worn by some Muslim women as part of their Islamic beliefs.