Braving long summer hours without food and water, a group of British Muslims participated on Sunday, June 19, in the annual Mersey Tunnel 10k to raise funds for the homeless.
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Muslims in the Nordic region will be fasting the longest day in 2016 tomorrow, June 20, as Scandinavia marks the summer solstice, experiencing the most challenging Ramadan in over 30 years.
Fearing retaliation after Orlando shooting, Florida mosques have stepped up security measures during Friday prayer after mosques received threats and angry messages in telephone calls and on social media.
Feeling for the poor during the holy month of Ramadan, residents of Dubai have set up a new project to share fridges across the city, stocking them with food and beverages that workers observing Ramadan can use to break their fast.
European Muslim leaders, refugees and activists have mourned the death of British MP Jo Cox who was murdered last Thursday after a short life she spent in fighting for human rights of Syrians, Palestinians and Muslims.
It has been 28 years since my mother was in Makkah. The last time was just after my father's untimely death in Riyadh, and she wanted to perform a pilgrimage before we returned to England. Things had changed.
OHIO – Muslim leaders in the Ohioan city of Hilliard invited Christians, Jews and Hindus to a special iftar on Thursday, June 16, ...
For Ibtihaj Muhammad, America's first hijabi Olympian fencer, fasting from dawn to dusk during the holy fasting month of Ramadan did not bar her from daily training for Rio de Janeiro games later this year.
Observing Ramadan fasting away from family, Iowa Muslim students are organizing interfaith iftars twice a week, inviting other students to break bread together and bond interfaith relations in campus.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull invited Muslim leaders and figures to end of Ramadan iftar on Thursday, June 16, becoming the first Australian premier to break bread with the faith leaders.
Danish Muslim students were banned from praying during school hours, after officials said that "religion and education do not belong together".