The Tafheem-e-Shariat Committee of All India Muslim Personal Law Board is organizing a series of seminars on family laws in Islam.
One of Canada’s most prominent Muslim groups is asking Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to designate the anniversary of the 2017 Quebec City mosque shooting as an official day of remembrance.
Nancy Allen, a librarian, published author, and a member of a church choir from Conway, US state of Arkansas, has been wearing hijab for almost two years to support Muslim women and counter hateful rhetoric targeting the religious minority.
The throaty roar of the Harley Davidson booms off the brick and stucco houses of an otherwise quiet, nondescript street at the bottom of the world.
Aina Gamzatova, a 46-year-old woman from Dagestan, has made it official. She wants to run against Russian President Vladimir Putin in the March 2018 election.
The Muslim community in Fort Smith, Arkansas, has forgiven a vandal who attacked their mosque last year, granting him his freedom ticket.
An Austrian footballer made a public apology after he was caught on camera throwing beer bottles at a mosque in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
A new £1m mosque and community center is to be built in Norwich, Britain.
A move to ban meat from non-stunned animals across schools in Lancashire, Britain, has been halted after Muslim leaders raised concerns it would create community tensions
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei said inviting someone to say prayers is inviting him or her to one of the most beautiful manifestations of life.
Catalonia elected its first female Muslim MP in the region’s elections last Thursday, bringing the number of Muslim parliamentarian representative to three.
Muslim youths are taking up yoga studies in Barkatullah University keeping in mind its rising popularity and availability of career options in this field.
About 100,000 young people go through the fostering system every year. In recent years an increasing number of these have been child refugees from Muslim-majority countries such as Syria and Afghanistan, many arriving here traumatised and in need of care