Australian young Muslim youth have been invited to join the talent quest organized later this year by the internationally-recognized Sounds of Light Charity Concert (SOL).
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Wading into the debate on Quebec’s burqa ban, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has stressed values of religious freedoms, adding that governments should not tell women what to wear.
Two years after the Islamic center in Omaha, Nebraska, was vandalized in a hate attack, Muslims and law enforcement officers have developed a special relation of mutual understanding.
As storm Ophelia continues to pound the British Isles, a London mosque joined a night shelter program to host homeless, offering them a warm bed and a hot meal.
A Muslim florist has saved a young Italian woman from being gang raped by a group of drunk men, driving them away and taking her to a safer area.
A spirituality center in La Crosse, Wisconsin, has started a series of community events to create a better understanding of the Muslim community.
Following the huge victory of rightist parties in general elections, Austrian Muslims are concerned over the rise of anti-Muslim rhetoric, however they are confident the state institutions will protect them.
Faith leaders from across the city marked the international day for the eradication of poverty by occupying Toronto City Hall and performing a marathon ‘pray-in’ in front of Mayor John Tory’s office.
For Muslim mother and immigrant rights advocate Miriam Abuawadesh, family connections and direct connection with God are among main reasons behind the growing number of Latino Muslim converts in the US.
A local Muslim group in Thunder Bay in the northwestern Ontario city has created a bursary for young Indigenous mothers who are struggling to make a difference.
Like many, for years, I had assumed that the drawings and sculptures that we have attached to the identities of religion have been similar throughout the ages.