Millions of Muslims worldwide are heading to the Islamic holy city of Makkah in Saudi Arabia for this year’s Hajj pilgrimage.
- Philadelphia Muslims Fill Mosques During Eclipse
- India’s Supreme Court Outlaws Instant Divorce
- Muslims Flock to Makkah for Hajj
- Spanish Mosques Targeted in Hate Crimes
- Muslims Celebrate `Eid Al-Adha on September 1
- American Muslims Mark Solar Eclipse with Prayers
- Ottawa Family Services Give Kids Taste of `Eid
India’s Supreme Court on Tuesday, August 22, ruled the practice of instant divorce, practiced by some Muslim men, unconstitutional, calling the practice “un-Islamic”.
Muslims rushed to mosques on Monday, August 21, to perform special prayers as thousands grabbed special visors to see the rare solar eclipse.
`Eid Al-Adha is expected to start on Friday, September 1, after Saudi officials confirmed that the moon of Dhul-Hijjah was not sighted on Monday, August 21.
Spanish mosques have come under a series of racist attacks, amid a spate of hate crimes targeting the Muslim community a few days after Barcelona’s attack.
Muslim Family Services of Ottawa is fundraising to help kids in foster care celebrate `Eid Al-Adha, expected within days.
a leading Islamic civil rights group has called on Americans of all faiths and backgrounds to offer prayers and to make charitable donations to help those in need during Monday’s natural phenomenon.
As yoga remains highly controversial among Muslims, an Indian foundation has found a unique way to promote the practice among Muslim women by blending it with Qur’anic recitation.
Eight British Muslims have reached Madinah, Saudi Arabia, after cycling more than 3,000 km to perform the lifetime journey and raise money to help refugees.
Visitors gathered on Sunday, August 19, at London’s Tobacco Dock during the London Halal Food Festival, which takes place on 19 and 20 August in London, United Kingdom.
BARCELONA – A group of Italian Muslim protesters gathered on Barcelona’s Las Ramblas on Saturday, August 19, condemning the terrorist attack and stressing it has nothing to do with true Islam.