A Calgary Muslim family has opened their doors since the beginning of Ramadan, inviting their neighbors to share festivities of the holy month and give back to the community.
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Invited to break fast with the city's Muslim community, residents of Mankato city in Minnesota attended the first iftar at Envision Labs on Sunday, June 26, building relations between the religious group and the community at large.
Canadian Muslim women have prepared tens of packages with food and goodies to distribute in the coming days on the needy, as Muslims anticipate `Eid Al-Fitr.
Overcoming religious, ethnic and cultural difference, hundreds of New Yorkers of all faiths gathered at a single table in the east Village to share Muslims on Ramadan iftar.
For the 10th consecutive year, leaders of faith communities in Toronto gathered at the Sayeda Khadija Centre on Thursday, June 23, to share Ramadan iftar meal in an opportunity to restore and repair interfaith relationships.
Muslims from different cities across the United States are planning a run for three miles in Metro Detroit and other cities on Saturday, June 25, while fasting the holy month of Ramadan, to raise funds for children's cancer charity.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne joined Muslims in fasting on Wednesday, June 22, and then took part in the Iftar with the community at the Sayeda Khadija Centre in Mississauga.
An American Muslim policeman won the right to grow a beard on Wednesday, June 22, after New York police department stripped of his gun and badge.
For billions of Muslims across the globe, Ramadan is a month of individual fulfillment and communal spiritual enrichment. In addition to fasting the daylight hours, Muslims engage in numerous special activities at home and their area mosques.
An 11-year-old American Muslim of Mexican heritage has become a little star on social media, posting Facebook videos to challenge anti-minority rhetoric by presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump.
Marking World Refugee Day, US Secretary of State John Kerry and actress Angelina Jolie visited America's second largest mosque on Monday, joining Muslims on Ramadan iftar and welcoming refugees displaced from war-torn countries.