US President Barack Obama sent Muslims a heartfelt message to welcome `Eid Al-Fitr, which crowns the holy fasting month of Ramadan, condemning the recent surge of Islamophobic attacks targeting the religious community.
In celebration of `Eid al-Fitr, the life of two Muslim change leaders are featured as part of a series of short videos released by Inspirit Foundation which reflect on the life of Muslims in Canada and the current challenges facing them.
Canadian Muslims have announced that an `Eid gift of $250,000 will be presented to Fort McMurray, Alberta, that was devastated by wildfires in May.
As Ramadan bids farewell, Halifax Muslims held a food drive on Sunday, July 3, to share the spirit of the holy month with the larger community, extending a helping hand to the needy and poor.
Bidding farewell to the holy fasting month of Ramadan, dozens of American Muslim volunteers have come together in New Jersey to prepare food packs to the less fortunate, helping the needy to mark a special `Eid Al-Fitr
A small, but steadily growing Muslim community in Cuba is marking the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan quietly in their small prayer hall, awaiting the construction of their promised mosque in Havana.
The Muslim faithful, fresh from their nightly taraweeh prayers, flocked to the tables heaped with homemade treats. The wide variety of cupcakes, cookies and brownies - all tempting after long days of fasting and hours stood in prayer - practically begged to be bought.
Ramadan is a time when Muslims come together to worship, socialize, and discuss important issues affecting their daily lives. In the United States, the Muslim organization Muslim ARC and the Suffolk County Police Department met with Muslims during the holy month, to provide opportunities to learn about countering racism and hate.
An American Muslim council is sponsoring an internship program for young Muslim girls who wish to pursue a career in law enforcement to dispel the constant negative portrayal of Muslims.
Hundreds of American Muslims gathered from Maryland state and District of Columbia for a special ceremony marking Laylat Al-Qadr, or night of power, asking Allah for forgiveness in the last days of the holy month of Ramadan.
Muslim students in Canada's eastern province of Newfoundland and Labrador invited their non-Muslim colleagues to share Ramadan iftar meal to raise awareness about the holy month and raise funds for the needy.