A few miles away from Paris celebrations after Emmanuel Macron won France’s presidential elections, residents of the largely-Muslim suburbs or “banlieues” received the news with a skeptic sigh of relief, ending fear of Marine Le Pen.
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Paris’ main mosque welcomed in a statement issued Sunday night, May 7, the election of centrist Emmanuel Macron as France’s next president, as a sign of hope for the French Muslims.
Making a historic choice, French voters elected Emmanuel Macron, who embraced the EU, immigration, and free trade, as their new presidents, giving far-right leader Marine Le Pen a decisive defeat.
After the drop of the unfair penalty, the Italian league Muslim star Sulley Muntari says he was “treated link a criminal” after he complained about being racially abused in a Serie A match last week.
France is home to a Muslim community of more than six million, making about 9% of the country’s population, the largest in Europe.
Bringing together insight for the B2B [Business to Business] Muslim market estimated to reach $3 trillion by 2021, MLE Connect took place on May 2nd at a prestigious London venue.
Hanane Charrihi, a hijabi French Muslim, still remember attacks her family suffered during the funeral of their mother who was the first victim of Nice attack last summer, when a lorry driver ploughed into crowds watching Bastille Day fireworks.
The Pescara star in the Italian league Sulley Muntari gave his shirt to a child who was hurling abusive remarks at the Black Muslim player, to walk off match later as abusive remarks did not stop.
The largest mosque in Scandinavia opened on Wednesday, May 3, offering Muslims, people with special needs, women and children facilities to practice their faith and perform prayers, Qatar News Agency reported.
Often when repeating words and phrases, a person is either trying to learn, or convincing themselves of the spoken words.
On the International Workers' May Day, rallies crowded the streets of several Swedish cities to call for Muslim women's right to work while wearing hijab.
A pair of Dartmouth dentists have completed an epic feat of human endurance by rowing 3,000 nautical miles across the Atlantic Ocean.