A leading Canadian Muslim charity organization held a walk for dignity on Saturday, May 20, marching to raise awareness about every human being’s right to live a dignified life.
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As the clock ticks towards the start of the holy fasting month of Ramadan, a US advocacy group is calling on mosques across the United States to host "Fast Forward" interfaith "iftars," or fast-breaking meals in support of traditional American values of inclusion and respect for diversity.
Muslims in Greater Toronto Area are preparing to welcome the holy month of Ramadan with an eye on worshipping and the other on protecting their environment, piloting a project called the #Waste Free Ramadan.
Preparing to welcome the holy month of Ramadan, the Muslim community in Reading, Pennsylvania, will be extended table every day during the fasting month, welcoming neighbors to share Muslims’ iftar meal.
A Muslim student at the University of Alberta, Canada, has been awarded a stipend to work during summer on her research project on the participation of Muslim women in sports, correcting misconceptions about them.
Plans for a public Friday prayer in Munich to spread awareness about the lack of mosques in the city were canceled on Thursday, after threats from far-right groups.
In decision protested as discriminatory, Austria’s parliament has approved on Thursday, May 17, a new law banning burqa in public places, and imposing a €150 fine on Muslim women who challenge the decision.
Police chiefs in the Dutch capital Amsterdam are considering allowing the Islamic hijab as part of police uniform, hoping to engage more officers with migrant background.
After the announcement of President Trump’s scheduled speech outlining his "hopes for a peaceful vision of Islam" during an upcoming visit to Saudi Arabia, a leading American Muslim civil rights group advised him to avoid “pejorative terminology” and “anti-Muslim stereotypes” promoted by some of his advisers.
In a year designated as the “Year of Giving” in Emirates, a charity project to share fridges stocked with food and beverages during the holy month of Ramadan is back this year across Dubai, offering free iftar for workers observing fasting.
A warm family dinner and a friendly chat were all what California teen Yusra Rafeeqi was able to offer to counter anti-Muslim sentiments that have soared since the election of US President Donald Trump.