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As the holy fasting month of Ramadan knocks the doors, hundreds of millions of Muslims worldwide are anticipating any news about the start of the fast.
Escalating tensions between the two country's representing Sunni and Shiite Islam, Iran announced on Sunday, May 29, that it will not attend this year's annual hajj, accusing its rival of failing to guarantee the safety of pilgrims.
Pilgrims in Makkah will witness a unique cosmic phenomenon next Friday noon when the sun aligns exactly with Al-Masjid Al-Haram, appearing 90 degrees above Muslims' holiest mosque.
As millions of Muslims anticipate the fasting month of Ramadan, the holy cities of Makkah and Madinah are expected to receive seven million pilgrims during the holy month from across the world.
Sheikh Ahmed el-Tayeb, the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, the highest seat of religious learning in the Sunni world, met Pope Francis on Monday, May 23, embracing each other in a highly symbolic message of unity.
Sheikh Ahmed el-Tayeb, the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, the highest seat of religious learning in the Sunni world, will meet Pope Francis in an unprecedented encounter at the Vatican on Monday.
Crowning long efforts over the past years, officials in Al-Haram mosque in Makkah have removed the temporary mataf bridge, providing more space for worshippers to perform prayers near the Kaaba.
Muslims in North America will welcome the holy fasting month of Ramadan on Monday, June 6, according to astronomical calculations.
A new travel review and booking site has been launched to serve the far-growing Muslim tourism sector, using an innovative reference tool for Muslims seeking accommodation that adheres to Islamic principles.
In a paper published by Cornell University in New York, German scientists have uncovered a text written by famous Muslim scientist and philosopher Ibn Sina (or Avicenna), who reported sighting a supernova that occurred in 1006 AD.
Breaking stereotypes around the world, Muslim hijabi athletes have been making records, choosing to compete modestly. Here follows a short list of renowned female Muslim hijabi athletes, around the world as complied by Elite Daily on Tuesday, April 5: