The British Muslim Council, an umbrella organization with 500 affiliates across the country, has named Harun Khan as a new leader, becoming its first Britain-born leader.
A group of four American Muslim teenagers have been using poetry to discuss their Muslim American identity, dispelling any misplaced fears non-Muslims have about their faith.
In a noble gesture of solidarity, Muslims in Munich announced on Friday, July 22, that all mosques would stay open overnight to accommodate stranded people who were unable to get home after a shooting incident which claimed the ten lives and injured several others.
For the first time in the White House, President Barack Obama hosted American Muslims in a special celebration to mark the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan, reaffirming his steadfast support and respect for the Muslim community in the United States.
Leading his team in the Olympics, Sonny Bill Williams, a two-time World Cup winner and Super Rugby title holder in rugby union, has become a reluctant hero whose star can only glow brighter now if he guides New Zealand to gold at Rio.
An unlikely friendship was forged quickly between a hijabi Muslim and a passenger who refused to sit next to her on a flight after a short conversation between the two women which broke ice of misunderstanding and fear.
Religious authorities in Saudi Arabia denied on Thursday, July 21, the renewal of a 15-year-old edict declaring that the Pokemon game was un-Islamic, adding the old fatwa made no mention of the mobile game.
Pursuing their dream of being professional Basketball players, female Muslim players are still pushing the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) to lift the ban on hijab in international tournaments.
Nigeria's Nollywood famous actress, Lola Alao, has reverted to Islam and changed her name to Rhodiat, joining the fastest growing religion in the world.
In a country where the majority lives below the poverty line, a Malawian Muslim businessman has been sponsoring hajj journey for needy and poor Muslims to Makkah, in a gesture many described as a "rare sacrifice".
As final round of US presidential elections approach, many American Muslim voters are unhappy with the choice they are forced to face between Democrats' institutional Hilary Clinton and Republicans' anti-Muslim Donald Trump.