In the latest episode of China’s crackdown on religious freedoms, Beijing banned Islamic baby names in the Muslim dominant province of Xinjiang, only weeks after banning the so-called “abnormal” beards and hijabs.
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A Singaporean Muslim woman has obtained her bachelor degree in Islamic studies at the age of 67, fulfilling her childhood dream and offering younger Muslims a role model to follow.
Working for years in the fashion industry, Malaysia’s first-ever playboy girl said a life of a model left her feeling “hollow and exploited”, taking the decision to convert to Islam.
The Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader reiterated on Saturday, April 1, his strong disapproval of terms like "Muslim terrorists", saying he feels immensely "uncomfortable" at such wrong usage.
In a fresh crackdown on religious freedoms, a new law banning “abnormal” beards and hijabs in Muslim dominant province of Xinjiang came into effect on Saturday, April 1, as Uighur Muslims accuse Beijing of eroding their culture and religion.
As Japan prepares for 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Muslim fashion exporters are vying to enter the Japanese market for "modest" clothing, capitalizing on the success of halal products for years in the Asian country.
More than three years since converting to Islam, Aysha Xiong, a Han Chinese woman, still keeps her new faith a secret over fears of being targeted with her family.
PATNA – In a social revolution against old social habits, more than 800 Muslim families from the East Indian state of Jharkhand have ...
An Indian Muslim has become the first female Muslim pilot in Uttar Pradesh, giving wings to dreams of young girls.
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.