An Indian Muslim has become the first female Muslim pilot in Uttar Pradesh, giving wings to dreams of young girls.
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Leading Muslim scholar across India took mosque podiums during Friday sermon to appeal the faithful against noisy celebrations of Prophet Muhammad’s birthday (peace be upon him), urging them to mark the occasion by helping the needy and poor.
An Azerbaijani painter has transcribed the holy book of Qur’an on transparent silk pages, producing the world’s first version of the holy book on silk material.
Angry protesters took to the streets in Asian cities from Jakarta to Dhaka on Friday, November 25, to denounce Burma’s indiscriminate killing and rape in a military crackdown on the country's Rohingya Muslim minority.
Models wearing an array of colorful hijabs walked down a Tokyo catwalk on Tuesday, November 22, in the first such fashion show for Muslim women in Japan.
A Kyrgyz beauty queen has decided to don the hijab, revealing the news to her 211,000 Instagram followers.
A Malaysian hijabi Muslim has made history, becoming the first solo Muslim woman rider to drive her bike around the globe.
A senior Burmese government official has announced plans to demolish hundreds of mosque and Islamic schools' in the state's Muslim-majority townships of Maungdaw and Buthidaung, claiming they were constructed without a permit.
Amid increasing Islamophobia, the Dalai Lama has stressed that conflating Islam with terrorism is unfounded and irrational, arguing that those orchestrating terrorist attacks are fundamentally at odds with Islam.
Riding his bike for thousands of miles through the Asian continent, a Chinese Muslim has finally reached the holy city of Makkah to fulfill his life-time dream of performing hajj.
Citing fears about Pokémon Go social and religious concerns, the Malaysian Mufti Zulkifli Mohamad al-Bakri issued a statement earlier this week, warning Muslims against playing the smartphone-based augmented reality game.