Gwinnett County Board of Education member Steve Knudsen apologized publicly for his tweets that questioned the value of diversity and criticized Islam's contribution to human civilization. He also stressed that educators should not adopt such ideas.
After being criticized by human rights organizations, an American Tennessee newspaper apologized to all Muslims for publishing an anti-Muslim "horrific and utterly indefensible" advertisement, which promoted Islamophobia and could incite hatred against Muslims.
The American magazine Newsweek revealed the presence of Hadiths dating back 1400 years ago to the Prophet (PBUH), which included medical advice addressed to his companions. They are still valid tips to confront crisis such as the Coronavirus Outbreak.