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As millions of Muslims anticipate the fasting month of Ramadan, the holy cities of Makkah and Madinah are expected to receive seven million pilgrims during the holy month from across the world.
Sheikh Ahmed el-Tayeb, the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, the highest seat of religious learning in the Sunni world, met Pope Francis on Monday, May 23, embracing each other in a highly symbolic message of unity.
A British Muslim mother has vowed to challenge Sheffield local council after she was threatened with a fine for taking her children out of school to perform the life-time journey to Makkah.
Arsenal and German national team star Mesut Özil is currently in the holy city of Makkah to perform Umrah before EURO 2016 kicks off early next month.
Mayor of Toronto John Tory volunteered during the weekend at the Muslim Welfare Center in Scarborough as part of Project Ramadan, packaging food items to the needy.
A Christian minister and theologian has revealed that Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) may have been predicted as a coming Prophet sent by God in the Jewish and Christian scriptures, blowing away a main difference between the followers of the two faiths.
Dozens of Texans gathered at Houston Islamic Da'wah Center to show support to the local Muslim community and counter a hate rally against the recently inaugurated privately-funded Islamic library.
Putting on her yellow mortarboard over her hijab, Fatimata Deme, a first-generation Muslim African American, has graduated second in her class at Whitehaven High with honors to receive more than $4 million in academic scholarship offers.
Gathering from across Europe to attend France's largest Islamic conference, many Islamic charities have occupied a prominent place at the Muslim event in Le Bourget city, north of Paris, encouraging donors to offer help before Ramadan.
As America's divisive election campaign continues to fuel Islamophobia, hopes are riding high on the inauguration of Maryland's new Islamic center and its ability to help win over Americans' trust.
The largest halal food festival in North America will be held this weekend at the International Center in the Greater Toronto Area.