A British court heard charges against two British men who are accused of killing a much-loved and respected Muslim grandfather while he was on his way home from fajr prayer, after savagely beating him to death.
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Marking one year on the murder of three American Muslims by an Islamophobic neighbor, a leading US Muslim advocacy group urged those seeking a just and peaceful society to take part in the anniversary on Wednesday, February 10, though community service in their local area.
Officials in Muncie city in the Midwestern US state of Indiana are planning a resolution to declare their support for fellow American Muslims and condemn Islamophobic speech and violence.
A British Muslim man who was on his way to Morocco for a honeymoon with his pregnant wife has been removed from an airplane which was about to take-off from Manchester Airport.
Two Muslim women from India's northern district of Rajasthan have proclaimed the position of Qazi or judge, becoming the first ever Muslim women to assume a judiciary position in the state.
The grandson of the renowned South African leader Nelson Mandela has tied the know earlier this month, reportedly after reverting to Islam in 2015.
Rejecting anti-Muslim sentiments, Nade Conrad, a Minnesotan citizen, decided to don Islamic hijab for a day earlier this month, showing solidarity to Muslim women.
The distribution of leaflets misquoting the Qur'an in church newsletters has triggered criticism from Irish Muslim leaders, who condemned them as a "deliberate attempt" to spread anti-Muslim hatred.
Every month, young Muslim women in Christchurch, the largest city in New Zealand, volunteer to prepare a cooked meal to feed the homeless and correct misconceptions about their faith.
Weeks before President Barack Obama suggested that Muslims should speak out to change wrong perceptions filled out by media, Moina Shaiq, a Bay Area American Muslim, decided to start by herself, organizing lively meet a Muslim events to break down barriers.
Breaking down barriers in her society, a Muslim woman is arranging a speed dating event in her café in Melbourne, inviting non-Muslim men and women to ask Muslim women about their faith and their culture.