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Renowned Muslim Author Passes Away

RIYADH – Sa’id bin Ali bin Wahf Al-Qahtani, the author of the well-known du`aa and invocations book, Fortress of the Muslim, passed away early on Monday, October 1, at the age of 67. “Sheikh Sa’id bin Ali bin Wahf Al-Qahtani, the author of Fortress of the Muslim, passed away on Monday, may Allah have mercy …

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Virginia Muslim Nonprofit to Hold Annual Free Health Fair

VIRGINIA – The Adams Compassionate Healthcare Network (ACHN), a nonprofit arm of the All Dulles Area Muslim Society, will be holding its annual health fair on September 29, 2018, at the ACHN Clinic in Chantilly, Virginia. “This will be our fifth annual health fair,” the clinic manager Muhammad Nabeel Hasan told AboutIslam.net via email. The …

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Muslim Footballers Share `Eid Al-Adha Wishes

LONDON – Sharing the holiday’s festivities with their fans, Muslim athletes worldwide have wished their followers on social media ‘`Eid Mubarak’. Arsenal playmaker Mesut Özil used his Twitter account to mark the holy festival. Eid Mubarak to all of you celebrating today. 🙏🏼 #EidAlAdha #M1Ö pic.twitter.com/7JnMlqOwld — Mesut Özil (@MesutOzil1088) August 21, 2018 Manchester United’s …

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Eye on Sri Lanka: Islam, Muslims & Integration

Islam is a minority religion in the island nation of Sri Lanka which lies south of India in the Indian Ocean. The world’s fastest-growing and second largest religion, Islam, represents no more than 9.66% in Sri Lanka, which means 1,997,361 persons only out of the country’s 21.2 million population are Muslims, according to 2012 census. …

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#LoveAMuslimDay Counters Hate Mails

LONDON – A day after the spread of hateful “Punish a Muslim Day” letters, a new hashtag #LoveAMuslimDay is now trending in the UK with an objective of countering hate with love. “Instead of “Punish a Muslim Day”, we will have #LoveAMuslimDay 💚because we believe in spreading love and not hatred,” Dobir Miah wrote on …

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About 1000 Attacks Targeted German Muslims in 2017: Report

BERLIN – German authorities registered at least 950 attacks on Muslims and their mosques in 2017, according to reports released by the Interior Ministry, the Neue Osnabrueckner Zeitung reported on Saturday. Warning against the huge increase in hate attacks targeting the religious minority, the ministry said 33 people were injured in the attacks, of which …

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