RIYADH – A Muslim driver won deserved praise for his bravery and quick-thinking after he used his car to push a burning car out of a petrol station.
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A Saudi university professor passed away on Wednesday, October 4, a few seconds after concluding Asr prayer in his mosque in Makkah.
A Muslim woman used an Islamic robe to save a burning man’s life when he caught fire in a truck crash, by using it to put out the flames.
With millions of Muslims aspiring to perform umrah and hajj, Muslims’ most holy city of Makkah is restructuring to bring hotels, restaurants and luxury malls to the pilgrimage experience.
The Muslim Council of Elders discussed in their meeting in Dubai on Sunday, July 30, “stringent measures to end the Israeli occupation of Al Aqsa Mosque”, assuring Palestinians that they are not alone in their fight for Al-Aqsa mosque.
Thirty-five Emirates residents of different nationalities converted to Islam at the Islamic Information Center of the Dubai government-run Dar Al Ber Society during the first six months of 2017.
As millions of Muslims prepare to flock to Saudi for hajj, the first flights arrived on Monday, July 24, carrying pilgrims aspiring to perform the lifetime journey.
AL-QUDS – Amid series of escalations and religious tensions in Al-Quds, following the Israeli new restricctions, barring men under 50 from entering the ...
The Fatwa Committee of Al-Azhar’s Islamic Research Academy has opened a number of kiosks in one of Cairo’s main underground metro stations to allow commuters to seek guidance on Islamic issues.
For every Muslim, the Holy book of Qur’an is an extremely precious object, but for Mohammed Haris the Qur’an is literally ‘golden’.
An online advertisement depicting people from all walks of life joining forces to dissuade a bomber from carrying out an attack has gone viral on the internet since it was uploaded at the beginning of Ramadan.