British visitors of all faiths will enjoy a free tour and tea inside more than 80 mosques spread across the country, in an effort by Muslims to "explain their faith beyond the hostile headlines".
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Adding weight to a campaign rejecting anti-Islam group, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has backed a campaign opposing a planned anti-Islam march through Birmingham for "targeting Muslims".
A review by the government's terror watchdog has urged a revision of the much-criticized Prevent strategy, accusing it of sowing mistrust and fear in the Muslim community.
A young Bosnian Muslim athlete has become the first hijabi member in the national senior karate team, named the best student athlete in the country after winning the national championship for the eighth year in a row.
A new study examining the experience of British men who reverted to Islam found that male reverts usually complain of isolation feelings, resulting from stereotypes spread by media about Islam and Muslims.
Fresh reports claiming that the Vatican wants to see a 1,500-year-old Bible predicting the coming of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and denying claims that Jesus was crucified has emerged as Turkey plans to put the antique version in public display at Ankara Ethnography Museum.
Senegal national team and Chelsea Muslim striker Demba Ba has offered money necessary to fund the construction of a mosque in his parents' hometown in Senegal.
Taking the decision to wear hijab after developing a sun allergy, Dennis Queen could not imagine the amount of racist attacks Muslim women face in their daily life.
A ban imposed on wearing Islamic hijab in judicial institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) has sent hundreds of Muslim women protesting in the streets, demanding end to the ban as World Hijab Day event was marked across the world.
As the sun rose on February 1st, millions of women, either Muslim or non-Muslim, prepared their headscarf to don hijab for a day, showing solidarity and respect to Muslim women’s choice to cover.
In an unprecedented attack on refugees, hundreds of masked men marched through Stockholm's main train station on Friday evening, beating up refugee children and anyone who did not look ethnically Swedish.