India’s Supreme Court on Tuesday, August 22, ruled the practice of instant divorce, practiced by some Muslim men, unconstitutional, calling the practice “un-Islamic”.
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As yoga remains highly controversial among Muslims, an Indian foundation has found a unique way to promote the practice among Muslim women by blending it with Qur’anic recitation.
Thanks to new ruling from Muslim fatwa committee in Singapore on Thursday, Muslim premature babies will be able to benefit from the newly launched donor human bank milk.
Serving and caring for Muslims coming to hajj from across the world, women working in Tawafah are continuing their ancestors’ profession dating back more than eight centuries.
Helping them to come closer to Allah, an Indonesian clinic is offering Muslims a free laser removal of tattoos, on one condition to read and learn by heart Surah Ar-Rahman.
A South Korean leading retailer will open on Wednesday prayer rooms for Muslims at its store in Seoul, in the first time for a local retailer to designate a prayer room for Muslim tourists.
Tasnim Jara, a Bangladeshi Muslim doctor has become a Facebook celebrity after sharing a photo of her wedding to which she wore zero makeup to prove a powerful point about the way women get pressured by societal beauty standards.
Rising through obstacles, a disabled couple from Kuantan municipality in Pahang, Malaysia, has worked hard by selling tissues for 16 years to earn the chance of performing hajj to Makkah.
The Chinese regional government is being accused of committing a cultural genocide in Muslim-majority northwestern Xinjiang province, after banning schools in the restive region from using Uighur language.
As hundreds started flocking to Makkah and Madinah to perform hajj this year, a total of 284 Chinese Muslim pilgrims from Southwest China's Yunnan Province reportedly arrived at the Madinah Airport in a chartered flight on Sunday, as the first batch of about 12,000 planning hajj this year.
SINGAPORE – In a bid to strengthen Muslim families, Muslim couples preparing for marriage in Singapore will have to go for a marriage preparation program before tying the knot, after getting the parents’ consent.