Hoping to boost recruiting of Muslim women, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Police Scotland have announced hijab as an optional part of uniform, a move widely praised for engaging Muslims.
Shocking images of four armed police men forcing a Muslim mother to undress on beach have triggered angry reactions worldwide, blaming Islamophobia for increasing anti-Muslim women attacks.
An American Muslim whose New York café was robbed recently has emulated the manners of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), posting an open letter on the café door to forgive the robber.
An American Muslim student group in University of Wisconsin-Madison invited the area homeless to a dinner on Tuesday, August 23, breaking bread and misconceptions together.
A group of Muslim boys and girls have joined Australia's first all-Islamic cup pack in Coburg, Victoria, seeking discipline, values and fun offered by the scouting movement.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has defended individual rights and freedoms in donning burkini, adding that Canadians value ‘acceptance, openness, friendship, understanding’.
Muslims make up 0.9% of America’s 322 million population, according to a Pew research study released in April, 2015. Non-official numbers put the number at 7-8 million Muslims.
Seeing success of Christmas soup kitchen, a British Muslim charity cooperated with Birmingham Central Mosque to set up a permanent food bank to held the city homeless all year around.
MuslimFest, the largest Muslim festival in North America, returns to Mississauga Celebration Square in suburban Toronto this weekend for its twelfth year and over 25,000 visitors are expected to take part in the festivities.
Seeking a larger share of Islamic tourism pie, New Zealand has launched the country's first halal food guide to offer Muslim travelers a better opportunity to enjoy a diverse range of halal-certified cuisine.
A Hungarian member of right-wing government has been blasted over his "hateful" and "disgusting" suggestion to hang severed pigs' heads along the border to deter refugees and immigrants fleeing war.
Mo Farah and Britain’s other Olympic heroes are set to be included in new year honors list, after Olympic chiefs have asked PM Theresa May to relax the quota on sporting honors to ensure all gold medal winners are saluted for their success in Rio.