A poor-Ghanaian elderly villager who asked a Turkish TV crew if "a drone can take him to Makkah" had his dream fulfilled after his story went viral on social media.
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After terrorists mounted an attack in the Spanish cities of Barcelona and Cambrils, murdering 14, leaving 17 in critical condition, and injuring over a hundred more, the world once again comes together in condemnation.
Meeting in the Inter-Faith Peace Camp at King’s University College, around 90 elementary and secondary school-age campers gathered to learn about Christianity, Judaism and Islam.
British imams announced on Friday, August 18, their plans to set up their first national council to issue religious rulings and form a united voice on issues such as terrorism, Islamophobia, gay rights and climate change.
Members of a leading Islamic group in Spain send their condolences to the families of the victims of the attack in Las Ramblas in central Barcelona
Dubbed as Muslim mother Theresa, 70-year-old Sabariah Hussein has been offering free meals to hundreds of homeless and needy people on a daily basis, maintaining a tradition she has preserved for longtime.
Muslim leaders have expressed concerns over One Nation leader Pauline Hanson’s burka “stunt” in the Senate, warning it could encourage US-style “alt-right” attacks on their community.
As Americans remain shocked of the recent neo-Nazi march in Charlottesville, Virginia, members of the Muslim community were among the early responders, participating in interfaith vigils and promoting a message of unity.
Thanks to new ruling from Muslim fatwa committee in Singapore on Thursday, Muslim premature babies will be able to benefit from the newly launched donor human bank milk.
Giving back to his neighborhood, a Muslim lawyer, who gave up a six-figure salary at a global law firm to become a teacher, is sending 95 percent of his students to the best universities in Britain.
Serving and caring for Muslims coming to hajj from across the world, women working in Tawafah are continuing their ancestors’ profession dating back more than eight centuries.