Using communication technology to reach out to Muslim students in the west, a growing number of Pakistani centers are teaching Muslims how to pronounce the holy Qur'an correctly, overcoming length and language barriers.
Though it is deemed a crime to operate Islamic schools or pray at mosques in many parts of China, Hui Muslims are practicing Islam freely in the open, getting the envy of Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang who face suffocating security measures.
The notoriously hardcore organization, Hindu Mahasabha, announced the launch its "Islam-free India" campaign on August 3 from the temple town of Varansi. Organizers expect the event will be flocked by Hindu worshippers marking their holy month of “Shraavan.”
An Indonesian province has imposed restrictions on the followers of Ahmadiyyah to prevent them from spreading deviant beliefs, but came short of banning the sect as demanded by many Muslim groups.
Catering to a growing number of Muslim tourists, a new Shari`ah-compliant airlines was created in Malaysia to cater to Muslim travelers worldwide.
Continuing its crackdown on religious freedoms, authorities in Tajikistan's Khatlon region police have announced that the beards of 13,000 men were forcibly shaved and nearly 1800 women and girls were forced to remove Islamic hijab.
Dubbed as martyr of education, Pakistani young professor Syed Hamid Hussain has defied a Taliban attack on the University of Charsadda, using his own gun to save students from shootings.
The leader of the Muslim wing in Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Hindu group has urged Islamic schools, or madrassahs, to educate students about stories of patriot Indian Muslims, in order to spread harmony and understanding in the country.
A proposal to increase marriage age in Pakistan has been blocked after scholars branded it "blasphemous" and against Islam.
A beauty pageant to boost tourism in Malaysia has drawn sharp criticism from leading Islamic parties on Tuesday, January 12, dubbing it as a haram contest that exploit women.
Winning the support of Muslims and non-Muslims, Nahdlatul Ulama, Indonesia’s largest Islamic movement is organizing an interfaith gathering next week to fight extremism and promote the true tenets of Islam.