Muslims Like Us, the two-part BBC documentary billed as 'Muslim Big Brother’, aired its first episode on Monday night, December 12, triggering criticism from Muslims who felt that the show undermined their faith by reducing it to a 'reality show'.
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Thousands of American Muslims and activists from rights groups marched on Monday, December 12, to the White House in an effort to persuade President Barack Obama to scrap anti-Muslim surveillance program before Donald Trump takes office.
On Jan. 20 Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. That reality has created an uncomfortable, and even fearful, situation for some young Muslims around the country.
Christians, Muslims and Jews filled the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center in an interfaith call for dignity and solidarity as president-elect Donald Trump prepares to take oath as the 45th American president.
A Syrian refugee, who could not speak English when he arrived Australia two years ago, has graduated from an Australian high school with top honors, getting a chance to achieve his dream of becoming a doctor.
Spreading Christmas’ spirit of giving, two New York Muslim youth have kicked off a million meal mission to feed the hungry and needy during holiday times
As a thank-you message to Canada, a group of Syrian refugee kids’ choir performed last Thursday at the House of Commons, sending a message of peace back to Syria.
Hundreds of British Muslims paraded through Leicester streets to mark the birthday of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) on Sunday, December 11.
Leading Muslim scholar across India took mosque podiums during Friday sermon to appeal the faithful against noisy celebrations of Prophet Muhammad’s birthday (peace be upon him), urging them to mark the occasion by helping the needy and poor.
While some Muslim mark Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) birthday with special festivities, Muslim in Virginia’s Hampton Roads shy away from celebrating the day, choosing to acknowledge the life and mission of the prophet either by reciting Qur’an or remembering his legacy of mercy and kindness.
As the world celebrates the birthday of Prophet Mohammed, Nigerian religious leaders called on Muslims to emulate the manners and lifestyle of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), adding that God’s purpose of sending Muhammed was to guide human beings on the right path.
Muslims in Britain ascribe to many diverse points of view, some will celebrate the Prophet’s birthday while others will not. Irrespective of any person’s disposition, my view is to mark this occasion with thoughts of an attribute which Prophet Muhammad identified in a truly profound way, manners.