Millions of participants are expected to mark the fourth World Hijab day next February 1, creating the much needed awareness of hijab as a Muslim women right and educating the masses about the origins and reasons for the Islamic headwear.
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Stressing Islam's respect for other faiths, hundreds of Muslim scholars from around the world will meet next week in Morocco to assert rights of non-Muslim minorities and religious freedoms granted by their faith.
Celebrating their achievements, Time magazine has named several Muslim leaders and icons in its 2015 list of The 100 Most Influential People in the World.
A new hashtag aiming to educate people on Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) has been trending on twitter, with Muslims around the world trying to reassert the image of their Prophet after Paris attacks.
Islam is the second largest religion in the world, with Muslims are having the lowest median age among all religious groups, a new study has found.
Just a few steps away from Makkah’s Al-Masjid Al-Haram, Saudi authorities are planning to demolish a site believed to be the birthplace of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) as part of the ongoing expansion plans.
Almost one million participants are expected to mark the second World Hijab day next February 1, creating the much needed awareness of hijab as a Muslim women right and educating the masses about the origins and reasons for the Islamic headwear.
Commemorating the fifth anniversary of Germany’s Muslim hijab martyr, world Muslim women defended their right to choose to wear hijab on World Hijab Day marked on September 4.
Scores of non-Muslim women worldwide are planning to don hijab on Friday, February 1, to mark the first annual World Hijab Day, hoping it would lead to more religious tolerance and understanding and stress the value of hijab as a Muslim choice.
The Brazil 2014 World Cup kicked off earlier this week with an abundance of Muslim players dotting the football landscape. Being an integral part of football, Muslim players starring in their different teams from across the globe in the month-long tournament are expected to draw much attention of spectators with special performance.
As Brazil prepares to host FIFA World Cup football tournament that would run from June 12 to July 13, 2014, dozens of Muslim players have been listed to take part in this summer's international games.
With drumbeats getting louder for Brazil World Cup, international teams are putting their final touches on their squads to compete for the most coveted tournament in the world. Shining in their teams, dozens of Muslim players have been listed to take part in this summer's international games.