The recent ban of burkini swimsuit in three French cities has resulted in a jump in the sales of the outfit which was first designed by an Australian Muslim woman and welcomed across the world by Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
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Going in droves across the six continents, teams of enthusiastic Muslims moved in scores of countries around the world to spread the true Islamic message in the second global da`wah day.
A leading American Muslim organization has launched a new outreach program to educate conservatives about mainstream Islamic beliefs and practices, in a bid to reduce Islamophobia which has reached a new level.
Fans of Scottish Celtic club turned the stadium in to a sea of Palestinian flags during a Champions League playoff match against Israel’s Hapoel Be'er Sheva, defying Union of European Football Associations' rules to show support to the Palestinian people against Israeli occupation.
In a historic day in the Olympic taekwondo competition, Ahmad Abughaush won Jordan's first ever Games medal, while Egypt's Hedaya Malak and Iran's Kimia Alizadeh claimed bronze medals while donning their hijab early on Friday.
A video of a dazed and bloodied Syrian boy rescued from the rubbles of a destroyed building after an air strike on besieged Aleppo has caused outrage around the world, shared widely on social media.
A Muslim student's BBC interview on the rise of anti-Muslim hate on social media was interrupted by an Islamophobe who made hateful comments.
Carrying their signs and flyers, four Brazilian Muslims stood at the entrance of Copacabana beach arena, taking advantage of the movement generated by the Olympics to distribute pamphlets, answer questions and make an action against religious intolerance.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has defended last year's flow of refugees to Germany, reiterating that Islam has a full right to exist and be practiced in the country along with any other religion.
A 5-year-old blind Burmese child in Jeddah has memorized the entire Qur'an by listening to radio, the discovery that came as a surprise to the father.
A Calgary local Muslim leader has increased his efforts to fight radicalization, using his day camp to tackle the feeling of isolation that some Muslim children experience while trying to integrate into Western society.