Arabic scripts for the word “Allah” engraved in Vikings’ burial costumes have been discovered by researchers in Sweden, implying a connection between the Viking and Muslims.
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Muslims and Jews in Brondesbury Park, London, came together at a special interfaith festival to mark Ashura, a day celebrated in both Abrahamic faiths.
A group of Turkish children have been awarded gifts and bicycles for praying fajr in mosque congregation for 40 days in a row.
A Muslim group which works to tackle Islamophobia has donated £38,000 for the families affected by the Manchester Arena attack, sending a message of peace and unity to their community.
Hate crimes targeting mosques and other Muslim places of worship across the UK more than doubled between 2016 and 2017, reflecting growing sentiments against the religious minority in the west, a Press Association investigation has found.
A Muslim taxi driver has been praised as a hero after returning life savings to an elderly pensioner, who was a victim of scam.
For the first time in Greece, Muslim students donning hijab dominated the scene in the student parade in Xanthi, northern Greece, a religious headwear that was absent for decades.
As Britain marks Black History Month this October, artists, academics, and activists have launched an online series to explore the life of Black British Muslims, celebrating the largely marginalized community.
A British Muslim father, whose home was attacked by someone who threw pigs head through a window, has lamented that he has been struggling to explain to his young kids why they were singled out.
UK charities have launched a major fundraising campaign to help Rohingya Muslims fleeing death and atrocities in Burma, as the risk of death roamed around their new refugee homes in Bangladesh.
As the Austrian face-veil ban comes into force, a Muslim woman was forced to remove her veil Sunday, October 1, in a new challenge to Muslims in the European country.