Performing a song reviving war-time deportations of ethnic Tatars from Ukraine's Crimea peninsula by Soviet dictator Stalin, Ukrainian Muslim Jamala won the Eurovision Song Contest to be met with celebrations across the country.
Crowning long efforts over the past years, officials in Al-Haram mosque in Makkah have removed the temporary mataf bridge, providing more space for worshippers to perform prayers near the Kaaba.
The annual gathering of Muslim in the French city Le Bourget has attracted thousands of visitors, seeking to recharge their religious batteries before the holy fasting month of Ramadan.
– Welcoming an increasing number of refugees, Saskatoon hosts a two-day conference to promote a better understanding of Islam and Muslims, addressing misconceptions about refugees and their faith.
France's largest Islamic conference opened on Friday, May 13, offering French Muslims a platform to reflect their opinion on radicalization and reject violence falsely committed in the name of their religion.
A leading British Muslim group has welcomed the Prime Minister’s apology to Imam Sulaiman Ghani, a south London imam who was falsely accused by the Prime Minister of supporting Daesh, demanding an urgent review of Islamophobia in the Conservative Party.
At a public hearing for a proposal to build a new mosque in New Jersey, Southern Baptists, Sikhs and Hare Krishnas have voiced their support to the Muslim worshiping house, telling a federal court that the mosque should be approved.
High school American Muslim students in Cleveland, North Carolina, will come together next Saturday, May 14, for the youth-organized education day event called Global Islamophobia Awareness Day.
Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams has paid a special visit to the Islamic Society of Bay Ridge mosque, the visit widely praised by local Muslims as a gesture of solidarity against rising Islamophobia.
A Muslim woman has been elected as the speaker of Baden-Württemberg state parliament, becoming the first to make such achievement in Germany.
Five-year-old Syrian refugee Elie Khallas has donated his toys and story books to people fleeing Fort McMurray wildfire, after hearing from his parents on the destruction that has hit Alberta last week.