Living thousands of miles away from her home country Iraq, Wurood Albayati could not ignore the occasion of the new Hijri year without a proper celebration.
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At a time of rising anti-Muslim sentiments, a faith-based homestay platform for Muslim travelers has attracted more than 3000 subscribers in the first month, offering an alternative to Airbnb where they often face discrimination.
Photos of an Australian Muslim rugby fan donning an All Blacks “rugby hijab” captured attention on Saturday night’s All Blacks test match against South Africa, making it to the internet after media commentator Russell Brown shared them.
Inspired by her faith, a Kiwi Muslim designer has launched a new line of modest fashion, amid hopes of achieving success and reaching global appeal.
SYDNEY – A Muslim woman has become Australia’s first hijab-wearing councilor, declared victory in the race for Canterbury-Bankstown council along with other two Muslim councilors from the same Sydney multicultural suburb.
Muslim leaders have expressed concerns over One Nation leader Pauline Hanson’s burka “stunt” in the Senate, warning it could encourage US-style “alt-right” attacks on their community.
Over the past 13 years, Victoria’s first hijabi policewoman has come across several challenges for being a Muslim on the frontline amid the heightened anti-Muslim rhetoric.
Dubbed as excitement machine, Lael Kassem, a founding member of the Auburn GIANTS women's AFL team, is breaking down barriers, working hard to achieve her dream, and motivating others to take up the Australian popular sport.
SYDNEY – Amid rising rate of hate crimes targeting Australian Muslims, particularly women, a new report has revealed that only 25 per cent ...
Australian Muslim women cheerfully arrived at a Sydney swimming pool on the first day of women-only classes and aqua therapy, integrating hijabi women into sporting facilities.
A group of Muslim volunteers from across Australia has launched a new campaign that encourages people to meet a Muslim over coffee, cake and conversation.