Muslim women around the world will now be able to use a hijabi emoji thanks to a 16-year-old Saudi girl who proposed the idea which was made available last Monday on World Emoji Day.
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Ringing alarm bills over the rise of anti-Muslim attacks, a British Muslim leader has warned that Islamophobia has reached unprecedented levels since late Ramadan attack targeting worshippers at Finsbury Park mosque.
An American Muslim non-profit organization invited people of different to share a meal that symbolized unity and peace in their Sunset Park community in Brooklyn.
An American Muslim IT expert and university professor has started a unique educational program that turns mosques into part-time IT programing hubs, teaching young Muslim the language of the future.
The number of anti-Muslim hate crimes rose 91 percent in the first half of the year compared with the same period in 2016, a leading American Muslim advocacy group said Monday.
Australian Muslim women cheerfully arrived at a Sydney swimming pool on the first day of women-only classes and aqua therapy, integrating hijabi women into sporting facilities.
Last weekend saw the UK premiere of the Canadian success story ‘Reviving the Islamic Spirit’ (RIS). This hit tour is now in its 14th year, combining esteemed religious speakers and praiseful performances, reflecting on the realities of life in the Western context.
A Malaysian ex-playboy model has become a social media influencer who is actively spreading Islamic virtues on Instagram since converting to Islam in 2014.
The largest halal food festival in North America returned to Canada last weekend, taking Mississauga Muslim visitors back in time to see their achievements and contributions in the Canadian society.
A group of Muslim volunteers from across Australia has launched a new campaign that encourages people to meet a Muslim over coffee, cake and conversation.
In a country whose population are mostly followers of Shintoism or Buddhism, Tokyo's Camii mosque is doing a unique effort to help the Japanese people see the true mission of Islam, a video report by Press TV says.