The contact to construct Islamic faith museum in Makkah has been awarded to a London-based architecture company, a building that will showcase the history of Islam and life of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) to millions of visitors to the holy city.
Rejecting their actions as distorting the real Islam, a majority of Muslim youth said they were against both Al-Qaeda and ISIL, accusing them of perverting Islamic teachings, a new poll has found.
After months of starving to death, a UN-sponsored aid convoy has reached the besieged Syrian town of Madaya, bringing vital food and medicines to around 40,000 people who have been trapped for six months by a government blockade and without aid since October.
Saudi Arabia's Prince Alwaleed has pledged to donate his entire $32 billion to charity and philanthropist projects.
Qatar has banned the sale of alcohol, a move expected to be followed by other Muslim countries in the Arab Gulf.
Reports about the death of an eight-year-old girl in Yemen of internal injuries on the first night of her marriage to a man more than five times her age has sparked anger over the widespread practice, denied vehemently by Yemeni officials.
Reflecting a shift in American public opinion regarding Israel, a growing number of Hollywood celebrities have been voicing support for Gazas, falling prey to relentless Israeli brutal attacks against innocent civilians, Alternet reported.
As the expansions of the Grand Mosque are about to be completed, Saudi Hajj Ministry announced that pilgrim quotas for each country will increase starting from next hajj season, stressing that 2015 has witness the last cut in the number of pilgrims.
Instead of holding their regular wedding buffet at home, a Turkish Muslim couple chose to distribute food to thousands of Syrians in the refugee camps.
With many Muslim youth travelling to Syria to join oppositions’ fight against Bashar Al-Assad regime, Saudi Arabia's grand mufti, the highest religious authority in the birthplace of Islam, has urged young Saudis to refrain from fighting in Syria.
Heading to the rich gulf emirate for a two-month training camp, none of the twenty-three young Cameroonian footballers imagined that their journey to Dubai would end surprisingly into making all of them revert to Islam.