A Washington-based online paid matchmaking service has offered a better chance for Muslims to find love, at a time of rising anti-Muslim sentiments after the election of President Donald Trump last year.
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- Canada Muslim Women Determined to Fight Discrimination
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- London Mosque Shelter Homeless in Winter
- Omaha Muslims Break Bread with Officers
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Aiming at fostering a better understanding of religion, mosques around Canada will open their doors to non-Muslim visitors next Sunday to offer people a better understanding of Islam and the chance to ask questions about the faith.
Devastated by the huge number of victims in Las Vegas shooting, American Muslims rushed to raise funds and offer help to families of victims and survivors of the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history.
For the first time in Canada’s 150-year history, a Muslim provincial attorney-general will attend a ceremony at the opening of the Superior Court of Justice in the South-west Region at a Muslim center on Tuesday, October 3.
Despite the beautiful example of marital happiness found in the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and his condemnation of mistreating one’s spouse, domestic violence remains an issue in Muslim cultures across the globe.
As details emerge of the murder of 59 people with over 500 injured in Las Vegas, the worst gun crime incident in American history to date, all of our thoughts and prayers are with the victims who have died, those who are injured and those around them. Our thanks and gratitude go to the emergency services and passersby who lent a hand.
America’s largest Muslim civil rights group called Monday on members of Muslims nationwide to join Americans of all faiths and backgrounds in donating blood and offering prayers to help the victims of last night's mass shooting in Las Vegas, Nev.
Canadian politicians, activists, and faith leaders rallied Sunday, October 1, in Hamilton, Ontario, in an event organized to shut down rising hatred spouted by far right and white supremacist groups.
Americans woke up to the horrible news of one of the worst mass shooting in the history of the country, after a gunman opened fire on a music festival next to the Mandalay Bay casino, killing 50 and wounding hundreds.
A leading American civil rights group welcomed Sunday, October 1, the new ruling by the International Basketball Federation allowing hijab in international competitions for the first time.
Canadians are expressing strong condemnation in the wake of a suspected terrorist attack in Edmonton, Alberta, that injured five and led to the arrest of a 30-year-old refugee from Somalia, Abdulahi Hasan Sharif.