For both American Muslims and homeless people, Martin Luther King Day of Service was a special one this year.
- Chinese Province Bans Muslim Kids from Religious Events
- Texas Muslims Reach out to Homeless
- Mini-Mosques Encourage Uzbeks to Perform Prayer
- Al-Azhar Grand Imam Urges Support for Al-Quds
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- NZ Rugby Superstar Visits Makkah for Umrah
- Observe Crescent of Jumada Al-Awwal with AboutIslam
- US Group Unites Faiths on Martin Luther King Day
The British army has released a new set of recruiting videos, including one that shows a Muslim soldiers praying in front of his comrades, which many critics called ‘politically correct’.
Following a lawsuit alleging New York police violation of Muslim rights, the city has reached a settlement with its Police Department (NYPD), allowing Muslim cops to grow longer beards.
Supporting Boston Muslims in the face of rising bigotry, Supreme Judicial Court Chief Justice Ralph Gants has paid a special visit to a Boston mosque, telling worshippers he felt their pain.
US President Donald Trump's reported description of African nations, El Salvador and Haiti as "***hole" countries has reignited accusations of racism, with many bringing stories of successful immigrants who proved Trump wrong.
Hundreds of thousands of Muslim devotees gathered on the banks of Turag River outside the Bangladeshi capital on Friday for Bishwa Ijtema.
Muslims in the Manchester area have expressed split views on the announcement that gender-neutral language will be used for communications with students at the highly successful Altrincham Grammar School for Girls (AGSG).
A growing number of Muslim women are entering in the field of sports in Australia, taking their expedition to professional levels.
The St. Cloud Hospital's, Minnesota, announcement that baby boy name Mohamed came third in the city’s most popular baby names has triggered a wave of hate comments
Governor-elect Phil Murphy has named a federal Veterans Affairs Department official as New Jersey’s next health commissioner, who could be would be state's first Muslim cabinet official.
Though Donald Trump’s “Muslim ban” unleased a huge wave of Islamophobic attacks targeting Muslims, a new study has revealed that the same decision actually improved attitudes toward Muslim, as people viewed such bans as “un-American.”
Young Afghan boy Manzur Khan is one of millions of orphans living in the war-riddled country, but his resilience towards the difficult life, and the empathy towards his eight younger brothers, sisters and a mother that he supports make him special.