Al-Quds, an Arabic name which means the Abode of Holiness, is a holy city to the three Abrahamic faiths.
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Donald Trump’s decision to move the American embassy to Al-Quds (Occupied Jerusalem) has sparked fierce condemnations worldwide, with some comparing it to launching “war on 1.5 billion Muslims.”
For centuries, the family of Adeeb Joudeh has maintained its daily journey through the alleyways of Al-Quds, Occupied Jerusalem, to close the gates of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, one of Christianity’s holiest sites.
Following news of the catastrophic earthquake that hit the Iraq-Iranian border villages, killing at least 332 people and injuring hundreds, several humanitarian appeals were launched to help those affected, sending humanitarian aid to affected areas.
One of the oldest manuscripts of the holy Qur’an is drawing a huge number of visitors to the Sharjah International Book Fair, driven by hope to see the 1350-year-old replica.
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.
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.