The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s Hajj and Umrah Ministry has announced an extension of the Umrah season by one month, allowing more Muslims to perform the religious ritual.
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Two Somali and Pakistani Muslim couples have offered a lesson on true Islamic manners, choosing to donate the money dedicated to their lavish wedding ceremonies to charities and needy people.
Islam is the world's fastest growing faith, a new research by US-based Pew Research Center has found, projecting the faith to become the largest in the world by 2070.
Giving Muslim athletes a late, but deserved, representation in global athletic sportswear, Nike announced it is launched the Nike Pro Hijab, which will be made available in Spring 2018.
Physical movements in Muslim daily prayer ritual, such as bowing and kneeling, may reduce lower back pain if performed regularly and properly, a new study has claimed.
A new report by Pew Research Center analyzing demographic change over the coming decades has found that Muslims are expected to outnumber Christians by 2070, if the world population maintained it current growth rate.
STOUGHTON, Mass. – Hurt by a neighboring synagogue’s decision to host three Islamophobes and anti-Muslim hate group leader, Massachusetts Muslims organized a special ...
A Canadian Muslim professor at Carleton University in Ottawa has stressed that there is no basis for legalizing early marriage in Islam, opining that lady Aisha married Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him) when she was 16 or 17, and not 9 years old.
Sharing the holiday's festivities with their fans, Muslim athletes worldwide wished their followers on social media ‘Eid Mubarak’, as the sporting world took time to celebrate the Islamic holiday.
More than 1.8 million Muslim pilgrims will begin leaving the holy city of Makkah, concluding peacefully the last of the solemn rituals of the soul-searching journey of hajj.
WORLD CAPITALS – Muslims around the world welcomed on Monday, September 12, `Eid Al-Adha, or “Feast of Sacrifice”, which mark the end of the Hajj season.