Devout Muslim Egyptian and Liverpool star Momahed Salah has been crowned BBC footballer of the year, after a successful year for both club and country.
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A Chicago Muslim radio producer has been denied an Uber ride after the driver refused to let her in the car telling her that Al-Quds belongs to the Jews.
Poor Muslim youth in Malindi in Southwestern Kenya will now have a better chance to get married thanks to the efforts of an international Emirati charity.
A local Muslim, Jewish sisterhood have come together to serve a meal at the Muslim community soup kitchen in Plainfield, New Jersey.
A new nonprofit launched Sunday to provide an inclusive space for Muslims in Austin, Texas, planning to host a variety of faith-based, service-based, and social programs.
A Malaysian education provider has organized the country’s first young da`eya competition, challenging young pupils in Qur’an memorization and theatrical performance.
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May be Ozlem Sara Cekic, Denmark's first female Muslim MP, has already left the Parliament, but she did not quit public life.
Hosting regular holiday dinners and informal chats over coffee, a Norfolk mosque has succeeded in creating friendship between the Muslim community and their neighbors, in their mission to educate the wider community about Islam.
As a member of the famous Tupac's Outlawz in the 1990s, former rapper Napoleon has revealed how Islam changed his life to the better since converting to Islam in 2005.
Thousands of protesters in Muslim-majority Indonesia and Malaysia rallied on Friday to condemn the US decision to recognize Al-Quds (Occupied Jerusalem) as Israel’s capital.