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Thanks to efforts of a Burundian Muslim association, a new translated version of the holy Qur’an into Kirundi, one of the two official languages of the East African country, has come to light.
Sultan of Sokoto, Dr. Mohammad Sa’ad Abubakar, has blasted the Ilorin University after banning a Nigerian law graduate's call to the bar for donning a hijab during the ceremony.
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.
two-day event held by the Nigerian Academy of Islamic Propagation (ACADIP) culminated in huge success after eighty-two Christians converted to Islam in Modakeke, Osun State.
As the number of Mogadishu bombing casualities increases, shocking details are revealing about the victims who were killed in the deadliest assault the country has ever witnessed.
Families of those killed in the bombing attack in the battered capital of Somalia are mourning their loss as hundreds of parents faced the agonizing news that shattered their dreams of a better future.
Responding to a devastating attack that killed and injured hundreds of people in Somalia’s Mogadishu, a UK-based charity has launched a fundraising campaign to support victims of the tragedy.