Samira Sadeque

Samira Sadeque

United Nations

New York: Thousands rally for human rights in Kashmir

Members of various faith, ethnic groups rally to stand with Kashmir and pledge their fight will go on.

New York: Thousands rally for human rights in Kashmir

United States

Kashmir in focus at Muslim Day Parade in New York

Organisers estimate nearly 3,000 people attended annual parade, which focused on security lockdown in Kashmir.

Kashmir in focus at Muslim Day Parade in New York

Kashmir

How a red dot symbolised Kashmir resistance against India's move

While the region remains locked down, Kashmiri diaspora uses social media to organise protests and mobilise opinion.

How a red dot symbolised Kashmir resistance against India's move

Arts & Culture

First Palestinian museum in Washington, DC, opens

Museum of the Palestinian People will exhibit artwork, cultural documentation from Palestinian contributors worldwide.

First Palestinian museum in Washington, DC, opens

Islamophobia

After Christchurch, US mosques bulk up security during Ramadan

Increased security at mosques prompts debate among Muslim Americans over community's relationship with law enforcement.

After Christchurch, US mosques bulk up security during Ramadan

United States

Six NYC taxi drivers have committed suicide since November

For-hire drivers hope new cap on ride-sharing apps will help relieve financial pressure that some say is now unbearable.

Six NYC taxi drivers have committed suicide since November

Rohingya

Rabbis petition against Israel in support of Rohingya

Israel is among top weapons suppliers to Myanmar, which is brutally cracking down on Muslim-majority Rohingya.

Rabbis petition against Israel in support of Rohingya