A Sydney young Muslim schoolgirl's dream to become the world's first hijabi ballerina has come true after a Swedish clothing company awarded the young girl a scholarship to pursue her dream.
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Every month, young Muslim women in Christchurch, the largest city in New Zealand, volunteer to prepare a cooked meal to feed the homeless and correct misconceptions about their faith.
Breaking down barriers in her society, a Muslim woman is arranging a speed dating event in her café in Melbourne, inviting non-Muslim men and women to ask Muslim women about their faith and their culture.
A young Sydney Muslim schoolgirl has launched a crowd-sourcing initiative to help her fulfill her dream and become the first hijabi ballerina in the world.
The construction of three prayer rooms in Perth's new $1.4 billion sporting stadium has been widely welcomed by Australian Muslims, saying the move would help integrate Muslims as part of the society.
Cricket Australia have agreed to allow Muslim player Fawad Ahmed to compete without wearing the logo of a beer sponsor on his playing shirt due to his Muslim faith.
New Zealand Muslim star, Sonny Bill Williams, gave his Rugby World Cup medal to young boy after security guard wrestled him to the ground, adding to his fame as a modest hero of the island.
CAIRO – Interweaving their faith with modern fashion, Australia Muslims are creating a new, flourished brand of modest clothes that apply to the ...
SYDNEY – As thousands of Muslim women around the world plan to don hijab, Australian Muslims are holding a celebration in Sydney, encouraging ...