The Uzbek government announced on Monday its plans to build several new small mosques along roads and streets across the Central Asian country’s capital, to help people perform the daily five prayers.
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In a fresh crackdown on Chinese Muslims religious rights, a Muslim-majority county in western China has banned children from attending religious events over a winter break.
Hundreds of thousands of Muslim devotees gathered on the banks of Turag River outside the Bangladeshi capital on Friday for Bishwa Ijtema.
Young Afghan boy Manzur Khan is one of millions of orphans living in the war-riddled country, but his resilience towards the difficult life, and the empathy towards his eight younger brothers, sisters and a mother that he supports make him special.
A seven-year-old young girl was raped and killed in Kasur, north-eastern Pakistan, five days after she went missing from home.
A wedding ceremony, with feasts and dancing is not a regular scene in Cox’s Bazar Rohingya Muslim refugee camps.
Though he is only 13, Mansur supports a family of nine by working at a Kabul market with nothing more than a wheelbarrow and his wits.
As the famous doll maker Barbie prepares to release first batches of its first-ever hijabi doll, Tajik officials have warned against dolls with Islamic attire as part of its crackdown on displays of “conservative” Islam.
COX’S BAZAR, Bangladesh- Fleeing death three months ago, the majority of Rohingya Muslims are daunted by the idea of return to their homes in Burma.
At least 6,700 Rohingya Muslims were killed over the course of a month during Burmese crackdown on the minority, according to Medecins Sans Frontieres.
A Malaysian education provider has organized the country’s first young da`eya competition, challenging young pupils in Qur’an memorization and theatrical performance.
Thousands of protesters in Muslim-majority Indonesia and Malaysia rallied on Friday to condemn the US decision to recognize Al-Quds (Occupied Jerusalem) as Israel’s capital.