For the second consecutive year, thousands of Muslims thronged to Kingston Olympia London to attend Muslim lifestyle show, enjoying different cultures, exhibitions, halal food and even a catwalk fashion show.
Ridwan Sururi, an Indonesian Muslim man with a plan, and a horse. Several days a week, he loads books onto makeshift shelves he drapes over his steed, taking them to eager schoolchildren in the remote village of Serang, in central Java.
A Singaporean Muslim woman has obtained her bachelor degree in Islamic studies at the age of 67, fulfilling her childhood dream and offering younger Muslims a role model to follow.
The 42nd Annual ICNA Convention, one of the largest and most diverse Islamic conventions in North America, kicked off in Baltimore on Saturday, April 15, to discuss the problems facing US Muslims and refugees in today’s America.
Toronto’s Ecumenical Good Friday Walk included Masjid Toronto as a station in a show of support for the Muslim community following the recent increase of Islamophobic incidents in Canada.
A video shared by Australia’s Hizb ut-Tahrir saying explaining how Muslim men are allowed to beat their wives has sparked uproar, with many accusing it of promoting domestic violence and making light of the plight of abuse victims.
News of the death of NY Judge Sheila Abdus-Salaam, 65, sent shockwaves through American Muslim communities across the country.
The University of California will host later this month the eighth annual Islamophobia conference, addressing questions of the relationship between liberalism (and neo-liberalism) and Islamophobia.
In a shock to the American Muslim community, the body of the United States’ first-ever female Muslim judge was found Wednesday afternoon in the Hudson River near Manhattan, leaving many unanswered questions about the death of the renowned figure.
Canada’s leading council of imams has issued advisory to Imams to promote integration and unity in their Friday sermon and the religious services, after recent controversy on a sermon given by a visiting imam in Montreal.
Malala Yousafzai, the inspirational Pakistani education activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner who survived a Taliban bullet in 2012, was granted honorary citizenship on Wednesday by the Canadian government.