One year after arriving in Canada as refugees, a Syrian family has celebrated the first anniversary of their sweet success in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, where they were embraced by a welcoming society.
Living in the westernmost and smallest of Canada's three federal territories, Yukon Muslims are working to construct the territory’s first mosque, hoping it will work as a focal point for the area’s growing Muslim population.
A New York female Muslim student has been named as one the recipients of this year’s Marshall Scholarship, giving her a chance to offer a fresh and independent voice to intellectual conversations on her faith.
Muslims serving in the US Army will be allowed to grow beards or don a hijab after new steps were announced on Thursday, January 5, to accommodate customs of religious minorities.
A new campaign inviting people to share coffee and talk about Islam with Muslims is proving successful across Canada, with many non-Muslims welcoming the positive initiative in its latest stop at Peterborough, Ontario.
Ilhan Omar made history on Tuesday after she was sworn into the Minnesota House of Representatives, becoming the first female Muslim and Somali-American legislator.
A special footpath leading to the local mosque was constructed in the Saudi northern city of Buraihah to help a blind man find his way to daily prayers.
The Muslims’ third holiest shrine has seen about 100 people from 17 western countries reverting to Islam over the past two years, with many choosing the holy site to embrace Islam.
A Canadian Muslim has opened the doors of his Montreal restaurant to feed anyone who need it and cannot afford to pay the meal.
Four years after marrying Wissam Al Mana, a Qatari Muslim businessman, Janet Jackson gave birth on Tuesday, January 3, to a healthy baby boy Eissa Al Mana.
The Muslim community in Malawi has celebrated last Saturday the first ever translated version of the Holy Qur’an into Yao, a language spoken among a majority of Muslims in the secular, but diverse southern Africa nation and in neighboring countries.