Islam is the second largest religion in the world, with Muslims are having the lowest median age among all religious groups, a new study has found.
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Spain’s football giants Real Madrid have rebranded its logo to remove a Christian cross in an effort to gain more popularity among Muslims around the world, Russia Today TV network reported.
Reports about the death of an eight-year-old girl in Yemen of internal injuries on the first night of her marriage to a man more than five times her age has sparked anger over the widespread practice, denied vehemently by Yemeni officials.
Just a few steps away from Makkah’s Al-Masjid Al-Haram, Saudi authorities are planning to demolish a site believed to be the birthplace of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) as part of the ongoing expansion plans.
A leading Muslim organization has vigorously condemned the genocide of Muslims in Central African Republic, urging the world community to send neutral troops to stop this genocide immediately, and work to achieve security for all citizens.
The conversion of a pastor’s daughter in Nigeria’s mainly Christian South-eastern region has ignited a row between Nigeria’s umbrella Christian and Muslim groups, raising questions about freedom of religion in the volatile tribal region.
Joining millions of Muslim women worldwide, Indian women in Uttar Pradesh capital Lucknow marked World Hijab Day for the first time with a special celebration on Sunday, February 1.
A mosque named after Jinns in Lucknow city, the capital of Northern Indian province of Uttar Pradesh has been attracting demands from poor Indians, who belief a good Jinn living in the mosque would achieve their requests.
Making the call for a special day to support Muslims' right to don hijab freely, a young American woman did not expect her call to reach over 100 countries and hundreds of thousands of supporters from across the globe.
A photo of a woman dressing up as a refugee with a baby tied around her body for Halloween has drawn the ire of social media users, who blasted the photo as “insensitive” and “racist”.
Local residents in Fort McMurray city in the Canadian western province of Alberta will have a chance to learn about Islamic headscarf, or hijab, as a right for Muslim women during an event marking World Hijab Day second anniversary next Saturday.