Citing fears about Pokémon Go social and religious concerns, the Malaysian Mufti Zulkifli Mohamad al-Bakri issued a statement earlier this week, warning Muslims against playing the smartphone-based augmented reality game.
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As anti-Muslim rhetoric increases worldwide, about 900 have reverted to Islam during 2015 in Kerala state in South India alone.
As spirituality reaches its peak during Ramadan, seventy-two people reverted to Islam during the holy month in Oman, feeling the blessings of fasting and Qur'an.
Pakistani scholars said that transgender Muslims have equal rights to marry, get buried in Muslim ceremonies, ruling any harassment of transgender people a crime under Islam.
A shopkeeper at Urdu Bazar, Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, has been observing fasting during the first 10 days of Ramadan over the past three decades, in a silent practices keep India’s harmonious and pluralistic.
Religious authorities in Azerbaijan have issued a statement saying that the holy fasting month of Ramadan will be anticipated on June 7.
In a fresh crackdown on religious freedoms, Chinese President Xi Jinping has warned people, especially Uighur Muslims, to shun practice of Islam and to stick to the country's declared notions of “Marxist Atheism”.
The Jama Masjid in Vadodara in the western Indian state of Gujarat has revealed that it has the biggest copy of the holy Qur'an in the world.
Fashionable modest Islamic designs will hit the catwalk at Jakarta's first ever Muslim Fashion Festival, stealing the camera lights with designs that designs that blend the traditional Muslim headscarf with haute couture.
A US-based charity has kicked off a Ramadan feeding program to ensure that Indian poor and needy will be able to make ends meet during the holy fasting month.
An Indian Muslim student was denied the right to board Delhi metro earlier this month, allegedly for donning a hijab, or Islamic headscarf.
An ethnic Uighur Muslim has been sentenced to seven years in prison for watching a film on Muslim migration with his family which was deemed "sensitive" by Chinese authorities.