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US company unveils first hijab-wearing Barbie

US company unveils first hijab-wearing Barbie

American group Mattel unveiled its first ever hijab-wearing Barbie doll Monday in honor of US Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad, who in 2016 became the first American Olympian to wear a headscarf while competing.
Iraq’s Mosques to Host Homeless after Earthquake

Iraq’s Mosques to Host Homeless after Earthquake

The head of Iraq’s Sunni Awqaf Department ordered mosques in northern areas of the country to welcome those left homeless after Sunday night’s earthquake.
Leader Calls for Immediate Efforts to Help Those Affected by Quake

Leader Calls for Immediate Efforts to Help Those Affected by Quake

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Sayed Ali Khamenei expressed his deep sorrow over the devastating earthquake that has killed more than 160 people in western Iran.
Arbaeen commemorated in Aligarh Muslim Univ. in India / Photos

Arbaeen commemorated in Aligarh Muslim Univ. in India / Photos

The Students of Aligarh Muslim University and the local residents of Aligarh City marked Arbaeen by commemorating ceremonies and processions in the different parts of the city.
Turkey Seeks Return of 16th-Century Quran from London

Turkey Seeks Return of 16th-Century Quran from London

Turkey’s ministry of culture and tourism launched a legal process to stop the sale of a 16th-century copy of the Quran penned by the son of an Ottoman calligraphy master.
World Hijab Day Wonderful Event to Demystify the Hijab

World Hijab Day Wonderful Event to Demystify the Hijab

The international student advisor at Miami University Sarah O’Connell described the World Hijab Day as a wonderful event that seeks to demystify the hijab and help people understand why a woman would choose to wear the hijab.
Egyptian Student Memorizes Quran in 3 Months

Egyptian Student Memorizes Quran in 3 Months

A young Egyptian university student has managed to set a record by learning the entire Quran by heart in just three months.
Turkey Seeks Return of 16th-Century Quran from London

Turkey Seeks Return of 16th-Century Quran from London

Turkey’s ministry of culture and tourism launched a legal process to stop the sale of a 16th-century copy of the Quran penned by the son of an Ottoman calligraphy master.
Quran Memorization Contest Held in The Philippines

Quran Memorization Contest Held in The Philippines

The Iranian Cultural Center in the Philippines organized a Quran memorization competition at the Blue Mosque in Manila, the capital city.
Oxford Exhibition Examines History of Art in Religions

Oxford Exhibition Examines History of Art in Religions

Like many, for years, I had assumed that the drawings and sculptures that we have attached to the identities of religion have been similar throughout the ages
Racist Britain – Pandering ethno-sectarian stereotypes validates xenophobia

Racist Britain – Pandering ethno-sectarian stereotypes validates xenophobia

Channel 4 this October finds itself at the heart of a brewing scandal as critics have accused the network of fanning sectarian-based hatred and xenophobia in its would-be attempt to explore ‘Muslim life’ in the UK.
Nine months after mosque killings, Quebec Muslims still waiting for promised change

Nine months after mosque killings, Quebec Muslims still waiting for promised change

‘They came to see us, they sympathized with us, but there was not any big change,’ said mosque official Boufeldja Benabdallah.
Turkey to Establish Halal Accreditation Agency

Turkey to Establish Halal Accreditation Agency

Ankara has rolled up its sleeves to enter the $3.9 trillion halal food market.
Ukraine to host conference on peace - religious values

Ukraine to host conference on peace - religious values

An two-day international conference aimed at promoting interfaith dialogue and highlighting the importance of tolerance and peaceful coexistence is planned to be held in Ukraine