The imam of a Sacramento mosque, which suffered a recent hate attack, has invited attackers to come and visit Muslims, opening doors and hearts to any questions they might have about Islam.
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An East London Muslim girls’ school has been praised as outstanding by education inspectors Ofsted after their first inspection of the facility.
Millions of Muslims in the United States marked `Eid Al-Fitr festival that marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, by joyous family gatherings, prayers, gift-giving, and feasting.
In one of the largest `Eid celebration in the US, thousands of Muslims gathered at the Toyota Park Stadium in Chicago on Sunday, to celebrate the Islamic feast and attend prayer.
The heartwarming moment a kind stranger returned a man's wallet has captured the attention of hundreds of thousands of Facebook users, with many seeing it a true reflection of Islamic manners.
Sharing `Eid festivities with other faiths, officials at the Masjid Ibrahim mosque in Burnely invited the Bishop of Burnley, Rt Rev. Philip North, to attend `Eid prayer earlier this week, in the latest episode of interfaith initiatives in north England city.
Eid Al-Fitr or the "Festival of the Breaking the Fast” 2017 will go down in my family history as the Muslim celebration where English sausages finally made it onto the menu alongside a large portion of fun.
When `Eid Al-Fitr arrives, it brings with it a flurry. A dazzling array of colorful and distinctly ethnic garb, bright and bursting in the intense Houston, Texas, sun.
As part of `Eid 2017 celebrations, Black Muslims across the nation participated in #BlackOutEid. The Twitter hashtag went viral as Muslims posted pics of their `Eid fashion style.
For 29 days, those young Muslims have invited strangers to join them during every night of Ramadan, to share iftar meal and a conversation on Islam.
LONDON - A host of global Muslim stars were revelling in the celebratory mood as Muslims marked the end of Ramadan and the beginning of the feast, sharing `Eid wishes with their fans worldwide.