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ALEPPO – Syrian Muslim and Christian children from the city of Aleppo will come together next October 6 to pray for an end ...
A jail term in Saudi has turned to be the best thing that has happened in the life of a Hindu man who was imprisoned for giving bribery, after it helped him to discover Islam, embrace it, and perform hajj.
Gathering from across the war-devastated country, Syrians flew to Makkah for the annual hajj pilgrimage, praying for peace amid rising tensions between President Bashar al-Assad's government and Riyadh.
In a bid to avoid long lines before `Eid Al-Adha, the Dubai Municipality has launched a smart app to allow users order their Udhiyah online to be delivered at their doors.
A video of a dazed and bloodied Syrian boy rescued from the rubbles of a destroyed building after an air strike on besieged Aleppo has caused outrage around the world, shared widely on social media.
A 5-year-old blind Burmese child in Jeddah has memorized the entire Qur'an by listening to radio, the discovery that came as a surprise to the father.
Believing in Islam's true tenets of mercy and compassion, an Iraqi Muslim dentist has been offering help to Christians and other people displaced by fighting in Iraq, dedicating her life to protecting civilians of all faiths.
The appearance of Pokémon fictional characters in the Grand Mosque in Makkah has angered many Muslims after making their holiest place on earth a battle ground for players while others said it was merely an entertainment game.
Religious authorities in Saudi Arabia denied on Thursday, July 21, the renewal of a 15-year-old edict declaring that the Pokemon game was un-Islamic, adding the old fatwa made no mention of the mobile game.
More than 335 Emirates residents of different nationalities reverted to Islam at the Islamic Information Center of the Dubai government-run Dar Al Ber Society during the holy month of Ramadan.