Political Reporter Dave Bryan spoke to members of a mosque in Granada Hills, along with Congressman Brad Sherman.
Authorities say a reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of a suspect involved in a possible hate crime at a Southern California mosque.
Several gunshots were fired Tuesday at the Islamic Society of Coachella, hitting the building and a vehicle, but no one was injured, authorities said.
A federal judge in California has dismissed part of a lawsuit alleging the FBI violated the civil rights of Orange County Muslims when it hired an undercover civilian to infiltrate mosques.
A Muslim civil rights group says vandals threw pigs’ legs at the site of proposed Southern California mosque and they want federal officials to investigate.
Roger Stockham, 63, says he didn’t intend to use powerful fireworks he had with him to attack the mosque or worshippers.
Two civil liberties groups have sued the FBI, claiming that one of the agency’s former informants was ordered to target Muslims for surveillance when he infiltrated a California mosque.
A Southern California man, 63, who had explosives in his vehicle was arrested outside one of the nation’s largest mosques in the Detroit suburb of Dearborn, authorities said.
A mosque will be built in a Southern California community despite resident concerns the Islamic Center of Temecula Valley could bring extremist activity and lead to traffic woes.
Opponents of a proposed 25,000-square-foot mosque in Temecula plan to appeal the project’s approval at Tuesday night’s city council meeting.
A group opposing plans to build a mosque in an inland city east of Los Angeles has filed an appeal with Temecula’s Planning Commission.
A planning commission has unanimously approved plans for a mosque after a contentious five-and-a-half-hour meeting that included more than 80 speakers.
A five-member panel is likely to approve plans for a two-story, 4.3-acre facility that has stirred controversy among local residents for its size and symbolism.
Dozens of Southern California religious leaders from many faiths are speaking out to support plans to build a mosque and community center two blocks from ground zero in New York City.