Seeing success of Christmas soup kitchen, a British Muslim charity cooperated with Birmingham Central Mosque to set up a permanent food bank to held the city homeless all year around.
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MuslimFest, the largest Muslim festival in North America, returns to Mississauga Celebration Square in suburban Toronto this weekend for its twelfth year and over 25,000 visitors are expected to take part in the festivities.
Seeking a larger share of Islamic tourism pie, New Zealand has launched the country's first halal food guide to offer Muslim travelers a better opportunity to enjoy a diverse range of halal-certified cuisine.
A Hungarian member of right-wing government has been blasted over his "hateful" and "disgusting" suggestion to hang severed pigs' heads along the border to deter refugees and immigrants fleeing war.
Mo Farah and Britain’s other Olympic heroes are set to be included in new year honors list, after Olympic chiefs have asked PM Theresa May to relax the quota on sporting honors to ensure all gold medal winners are saluted for their success in Rio.
Feeling the need of many lonely patients, a young Muslim has kicked off a new hospital visiting program in a Virginia mosque, to help people suffering health problems during their stay in hospital.
Riding his bike for thousands of miles through the Asian continent, a Chinese Muslim has finally reached the holy city of Makkah to fulfill his life-time dream of performing hajj.
Hammering down many misconceptions about Islam and Muslims, Dawud Agbere, one of five Muslim Army chaplains or imams, has been working in the American army over the past two decades, to bridge gaps and connect Islam and the West.
For the past two weeks, we have witnessed different athletes showing their talents at Rio Olympics, many of who are practicing Muslims from different nationalities who made a difference while maintaining their identity.
Great Britain's Mo Farah won his fourth Olympic gold as he became only the second man to retain the 5,000m and 10,000m titles, extending extend his tally as Britain's most successful Olympic track and field athlete of all time.
The recent ban of burkini swimsuit in three French cities has resulted in a jump in the sales of the outfit which was first designed by an Australian Muslim woman and welcomed across the world by Muslims and non-Muslims alike.