`Eid Al-Fitr is expected to start on Tuesday, July 5, the European Council For Fatwa and Research (ECFR) has announced, citing astronomical calculations.
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Muslim students in Canada's eastern province of Newfoundland and Labrador invited their non-Muslim colleagues to share Ramadan iftar meal to raise awareness about the holy month and raise funds for the needy.
Toronto Muslim youth took part in Fasting 5K on Saturday, June 25 and joined with other Muslims across North America to raise over $130,000 for youth charities.
A centuries-old church in London opened its doors on Sunday, June 26, to welcome hundreds of Muslims and followers of other faiths to a Ramadan iftar, organizing a Muslims' prayer session for the first time in its history.
A few days after Brexit poll, a huge anti-immigrants' tide of attacks has appeared in the British streets, with many politicians warning against the worrying trend.
A Calgary Muslim family has opened their doors since the beginning of Ramadan, inviting their neighbors to share festivities of the holy month and give back to the community.
Invited to break fast with the city's Muslim community, residents of Mankato city in Minnesota attended the first iftar at Envision Labs on Sunday, June 26, building relations between the religious group and the community at large.
Canadian Muslim women have prepared tens of packages with food and goodies to distribute in the coming days on the needy, as Muslims anticipate `Eid Al-Fitr.
Overcoming religious, ethnic and cultural difference, hundreds of New Yorkers of all faiths gathered at a single table in the east Village to share Muslims on Ramadan iftar.
For the 10th consecutive year, leaders of faith communities in Toronto gathered at the Sayeda Khadija Centre on Thursday, June 23, to share Ramadan iftar meal in an opportunity to restore and repair interfaith relationships.
Like every tragedy which befalls us, we remember where we were at the time. In my case, I was in the car en route to the Goodwood Festival of Speed, sullied at my nation’s decision to leave an institution established to help bridge cultural gaps and to avoid further conflict. It wasn’t perfect, nothing ever is, but the decision to leave centers on the following points.
LONDON – Since war first broke in the MENA region – Middle East and North Africa – millions of men, women, and children were forced to leave their homes, more often than not with little more than the clothes on their back. On the run, cut off from their land, their traditions, and their sense of identity hundreds of thousands crossed oceans, and continents so that they could once more breathe free from the smokes of battles fought.