Leaders of Islamic organizations, groups, and scholars worldwide condemned Wednesday US President Donald Trump’s unilateral decision to move US Embassy to Al-Quds, Occupied Jerusalem, warning that the decision will further destabilize the Middle East.
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Muslims around the world are celebrating the birth of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), which falls on the 12th day of Rabi' al-awwal, the third month in the Islamic calendar.
As more countries accept hijab as part of their police uniform, a growing number of Muslim officers are achieving their life dream of joining the career while preserving the tenets of their faith.
The annual list of the world’s 500 most influential Muslims has been released, putting religious leaders and heads of states at the top 50 of those affecting their community.
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As around 2 million Muslims prepare to leave Saudi Arabia and return their homes, after the conclusion of a successful hajj season, the Saudi officials have released statistics of the hajj season.
More than 2 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.
CAIRO – Over two million pilgrims continued on Sunday, September 3, the symbolic stoning of the devil in what has been so far ...
Making the journey of hajj easier to Muslim pilgrims, Saudi officials have completed pedestrian routs from Mount Arafat to Mina, passing through Muzhalifah.
Seeking forgiveness from Allah, millions of Muslim pilgrims ascended Thursday, August 31, Mount `Arafat, east of the holy city of Makkah, in the climax of hajj after spending a night of meditation and introspection in the tent city of Mina.
Hundreds of thousands of white-clad Muslim pilgrims from around the globe began moving on Wednesday, August 30, to Mina on the first leg of their journey of a lifetime,