As part of a larger goal to offer a comprehensive educational resource to Houston residents, the Library of Islamic Knowledge has open its doors to public, to serve the public regardless of their faith.
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Rejecting growing anti-Islam sentiment in the country, former German President Christian Wulff spoke against far-right Islamophobia, stressing that Islam belongs to Germany.
Students of a Prague high school have launched a video campaign in support of their Muslim colleague freedom to don hijab, after irrational campaign by some parents to expel her.
CAIRO - Ibtihaj Muhammad, an American Muslim woman and one of the best fencers in the world, has made it to the Time 100 most influential people list.
British Muslims umbrella group issued a statement on Thursday, April 21, to congratulate Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on her 90th birthday.
Amid rising tensions in London mayoral race, Labour candidate Sadiq Khan has lamented that the Conservative party Islamophobic attacks targeting the first Muslim candidate are alienating young British Muslims from politics.
Joining other European countries, Latvia has banned niqab, or full-face hijab, in public, in a decision that will affect only three women in the entire country.
Free hijab, henna painting and Arabic writings have offered students in the University of Michigan a special experience to stand in the shoes of their Muslim colleagues, breaking barriers made by politics.
The National Union of Students (NUS) has elected Malia Bouattiaas president for the next academic year, becoming the first Black female Muslim to head the body since its creation in 1922.
The Association of School and College Leaders has issued guidance for British schools on how best to accommodate pupils who are fasting, offering recommendations to help Muslim students who will be observing the holy month of Ramadan during summer exams.
Paris students are invited on Wednesday, April 20, to don the Islamic hijab for a day, in an attempt to end the stigma around Muslim women and their faith.