A video posted by French Montana on Instagram showed Hollywood actor Vin Diesel praising the concept of Ramadan as “so powerful”.
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Hundreds of people joined a peace walk in Manchester on Sunday, May 28, to pay their respects to those killed or injured in Monday's arena attack.
Muslims in Portland, Oregon, thanked the community for its support and said they were raising money for the families of two men who were killed when they came to the defense of two young women, one of them is a Muslim, who were targeted by an anti-Muslim rant.
As the Muslim community reels with the aftermath of deadly Manchester attack, British Muslim comedian Guz Khan, best known by his stage name Guzzy Bear, answers in this video a recurrent question "why do Muslims commit terrorist attacks."
In the early hours after Manchester Arena attack, British Muslims were among early responders to help injured, evacuate children and stay up at emergency rooms to save lives.
Manchester United star Paul Pogba is currently in the holy city of Makkah to perform Umrah and mark the start of the Muslim holy month Ramadan, just three days after lifting the Europa League trophy with victory over Ajax in Stockholm.
Ramadan is a sacred month for Muslims around the world. Every year, observers anticipate and engage in spiritually uplifting individual and communal worship. Gathering at the local mosque becomes a family affair and involves people of all backgrounds and ages.
British Prime Minister Theresa May sent her greetings to all Muslim communities for the holy month of Ramadan, in Britain and around the world, in a special message marking the start of the holy month on Saturday, May 27.
Two people were stabbed to death in Oregon when they reportedly tried to intervene as a man yelled racist and Islamophobic slurs at two young Muslim women, one of whom wore hijab, as American leading civil rights group urged President Trump to denounce growing bigotry.
In a stark contrast to his predecessors, US President Donald Trump issued a statement on Friday on the holy month of Ramadan, focusing primarily on violence and terrorism instead of explaining the true Islamic belief.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau congratulated Muslims on the arrival of the holy month of Ramadan, praising Canadian Muslims contributions in making the country great.
The people of Manchester are trying to come to terms with a level of violence previously unseen in our city. I have lived here for four years and love the people, the friendliness, and the atmosphere of getting through hard times together.