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.
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Every year, Hindu expatriate Jaideep Sai Naidu joins festivities and celebrations marking the start of the holy fasting month of Ramadan with his Muslim friends in the United Arab Emirates.
The Supreme Court has called on all Muslims in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to sight the crescent of the holy month of Ramadan on Thursday evening, 29 Sha'ban, corresponding to May 25.
In a year designated as the “Year of Giving” in Emirates, a charity project to share fridges stocked with food and beverages during the holy month of Ramadan is back this year across Dubai, offering free iftar for workers observing fasting.
The Arabic translation of Japanese manga comic books about a young child striving to fulfill his dream have become a rare solace for young Syrian refugees, giving them a chance to dream of a better future of their own.
An Egyptian artist hopes to break a world record after writing a 700-meter-long copy of the holy Qur’an.
In the first visit by a Pope to Al-Azhar, the highest seat of religious learning in the Sunni world, Pope Francis send a message of unity in the face of killing in the name of religion in a special visit to Cairo on Thursday and Friday, pressing for closer Muslim-Christian ties.
Sheikh Ahmed el-Tayeb, the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, the highest seat of religious learning in the Sunni world, is organizing a world peace conference in Cairo next Friday, to be attended by Pope Francis, Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, and Pope Tawadros II, head of the Coptic Orthodox Church.
Following a year full of tensions, Saudi Arabia announced Friday, March 17, that Iranian pilgrims will participate in this year’s annual hajj, after agreeing on security and logistics.
A film that commemorates the ‘White Helmets’, a volunteer rescue group that operates in a rebel-held parts of Syria, has scooped yesterday an ...
Finalizing expansion work in the holy shrines, Saudi Arabia approved earlier this week a 40 percent increase in the number of pilgrims who could perform the life-time journey of hajj this year.
A special footpath leading to the local mosque was constructed in the Saudi northern city of Buraihah to help a blind man find his way to daily prayers.