Emphasizing the spiritual and peaceful aspects of Islam, a South Africa Muslim social cohesion advocate released on Sunday, November 6, a new book documenting the life-time journey of hajj, offering a different image of Islam
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Nigeria's Nollywood famous actress, Lola Alao, has reverted to Islam and changed her name to Rhodiat, joining the fastest growing religion in the world.
In a country where the majority lives below the poverty line, a Malawian Muslim businessman has been sponsoring hajj journey for needy and poor Muslims to Makkah, in a gesture many described as a "rare sacrifice".
Abstaining from food and water for long hours, Nigeria Muslim athletes and coaches have differed on how fasting was affecting their performance, with many of them choosing to observe the holy month of Ramadan.
A Kenyan Muslim teacher has been named in the top 10 finalists nominated for the 2016's version of the annual US Global Teachers Prize.
Anticipating the visit by the former Israeli President Shimon Perez to South Africa, a Muslim lawyers association has filed an official request with authorities to have him arrested when he enters the country next week.
The reversion of the grandson of Nelson Mandela to Islam has sparked debates among South Africa traditional leaders, seeing his new faith as affecting his ability to uphold Xhosa traditions.
The grandson of the renowned South African leader Nelson Mandela has tied the know earlier this month, reportedly after reverting to Islam in 2015.
Amid recurrent calls to ban the Islamic headwear in Nigeria, Muslim scholars have encouraged Muslim women to don hijab as an act of faith and obedience to their Creator.
Standing united in the face of Boko Haram atrocities, Muslim and Christian communities in Cameroon's Far North region have been making shifts to protect mosques and churches on Friday and Sunday prayers, to defend themselves against attacks by the militant group.
As world Muslims prepare to mark world Hijab day, the Islamic headwear is facing troubles in Nigeria where Muslim women accused security forces of marginalizing and harassing them over their hijab.