A generous donation from the Islamic center to West End food ban in Mississauga has been widely praised by the city mayor and councilor, who urged others to follow the religious minority's steps.
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Joining the Catholic Church for decades as a nun, many think it is hard to believe that Sister Betty Hewitt has actually reverted to Islam, and now studies Arabic to better know the Qur'an.
American Muslims across the country were united this Friday in “My Muslim Vote Khutba Day,” in the first national initiative intended to deliver “a message about the importance of voting in this election—and making the story of our political power heard loud and clear.”
A Canadian Muslim professor at Carleton University in Ottawa has stressed that there is no basis for legalizing early marriage in Islam, opining that lady Aisha married Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him) when she was 16 or 17, and not 9 years old.
Sparking every year's criticism, Amazon site has come under fire for offending Muslims worldwide by offering burkas as Halloween fancy dress costume, withdrawing it after facing massive backlash.
As Hurricane Matthew completely shut down the Bahamas, Helping Hand for Relief and Development, a Muslim-based non-profit group in Houston, has kicked relief efforts around the US and Haiti to help evacuees.
Ontario New Democrat Party Leader Andrea Horwath and MPP Teresa Armstrong were joined by Muslim leaders on Thursday, October 6, in celebrating the establishment of Islamic Heritage Month in Ontario.
As extremely dangerous Hurricane Matthew approaches Florida east coast, the Islamic Society in Tampa has opened the doors of its mosque and campus to shelter hurricane evacuees, offering a role model of caring for the other.
As the final weeks approach to one of the most anticipated and momentous elections in modern history, attitudes around the country tend to be torn and divisive among the candidates.
An American Muslim who came to the US in 2010 as an Iraqi refugee is suing Southwest Airlines which kicked him off a plane for saying ‘inshallah’, meaning ‘God willing’ in Arabic.
As a white Christian woman, Kate Hobbs' decision to don hijab at California State University allowed her to experience a day as a Muslim, during a time of nationwide anti-Islam sentiment.