Indian Muslim community leaders have slammed the government proposal to lower the age of consent from 18 to 16 years, condemning it as a blow to family and social norms as well as the culture of the country.
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A few days after the announcement of Indian actress Monica’s reversion to Islam, rumors have spread across Indian media claiming that actor Jai has joined a list of Indian celebrities who accepted Islam recently, after photos spotted him inside a mosque.
A video showing Indonesian orchestra playing for a singer who sings the Qur’an verses has sparked angry condemnations across social networks, rejecting the performance as against the teaching of Islam and failing to pay due respect to the Noble Qur’an.
A ban on using loudspeakers during Muslims’ adhan, or call to prayers, has been raising controversies among Mumbai Muslim leaders amid arguments that mosques are using illegal loudspeakers.
A leading international Muslim scholars union has criticized China's apparent ban on fasting the holy month of Ramadan in the Muslim dominant Xinjiang district, urging the Asian country to respect Muslim faith.
Amid fresh arrests, restrictions on fasting and prayers at mosques, Uighur Muslims are suffering under the latest episode of Chinese government crackdown on their ethnic minority in the northwestern region of Xinjiang.
The family of Aliya was happy for the imminent wedding of their 28-year-old daughter, but their happiness turned into a shock over hearing the news that their beloved has committed suicide.
Demanding rights granted in the Noble Qur’an, Indian Muslim women have joined hands to find solutions for their problems and to press for enacting Islamic laws that protect their rights in the community.
deological differences are widening the rift between two major Muslim groups in central India, with the split escalating to the point of banning each others from attending mosques.
Striving to get a larger share of Muslim visitors, international airports in Japan have opened new prayer rooms as well offering halal food for Muslims, amid a wider plan to make Japanese ports more Muslim friendly.
Amid increasing tensions against International Yoga Day planned next June, a leading Indian Muslim group has appealed to Muslims to offer a day of prayer on the same date to counter Hindu plans.