Located 60 kilometers to the southeast of Birjand in South Khorasan province, east of Iran, Chenesht Village is one of the most enchanting villages of Iran in view of its green grassy environment.
Iraqi security forces have found two mass graves in the country’s northern province of Nineveh, which contain the bodies of roughly a hundred members of the Izadi minority group believed to have been executed by Daesh Takfiri terrorists
Imam Sadiq (AS) said that anyone who is patient in trouble and hardship in the waiting of our government will be with us on the Day of Judgment.
The Dar-ol-Quran Center of the Astan (custodianship) of Imam Hussein’s (AS) holy shrine has organized the 14th edition of a Quran teacher training course for women in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Three Qurans published during the reign of Ottoman Sultan Abdulhamid II (1876-1908) have been found in a mosque in Palestine's historical town of Tayibe.
An exhibition titled “Most Beautiful Manuscripts of Morocco” has been underway at the Public Library of Sharjah, the United Arab Emirates.
A forum was held in Egypt to discuss the Holy Quran’s view on time management
The Turkish capital city of Ankara is hosting the fourth gathering of presidents of the Muslim world universities.
The Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, US state of Texas, has designated 2017–18 for commemorative exhibitions and events to celebrate the 10th anniversary of its Art of the Islamic Worlds initiative.
The following interview was conducted by History.com in order to shed some light on how Muslims look upon a rather contentious chapter of our world history.
Thursday’s service at St Paul’s focused on remembering those who lost their lives and on offering strength and hope for the future
Europe’s Muslim population is set to double — and possibly triple — between now and 2050, according to new projections by the Pew Research Center.